Articles and speeches

Articles and speeches from the CPS on matters of relevance to the Criminal Justice System.

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Prosecutions and the public - Redesigning Justice: Promoting civil rights, trust and fairness

Speech by Alison Saunders, Director of Public Prosecutions, to the Howard League for Penal Reform

Introduction

Good morning, it's a pleasure to be here.

| Speech

DPP speech to the International Summit on Modern Slavery

Wilton Park, 21 February 2018

| Speech , International and organised crime , CPS News

Speech by Sue Hemming, CPS Head of Counter Terrorism, at the National Security Summit, London, 25 October 2017

Assistant Commissioner Rowley has spoken about the current threat and countering terrorism in all its guises. There is no area where it is more important for all agencies and departments to have a joined up approach and ensure that we have a consistent, coherent and effective system.

| Speech , CPS News

DPP - John Harris Memorial Lecture

Speech from Alison Saunders, DPP, on developments in technology and society, and addressing terrorism, fraud and mental health issues.

| Speech , CPS News

Thirty years of the CPS - Law Society Gazette article by Alison Saunders, DPP

The CPS has come a long way since 1986, and our commitment to delivering justice is stronger than ever.

| Speech , CPS News

Children and young people as witnesses - Alison Saunders, DPP

St Mary's Sexual Assault Referral Centre annual conference speech

| Speech , CPS News

Prosecuting crime for the public we serve and reflect

Director of Public Prosecutions, Alison Saunders, on the link between diversity and inclusion and delivering a better service. Originally published on the Civil Service Blog.

| Speech , CPS News

The Crown Prosecution Service: Protector of victims' and defendants' rights. Tom Sargant Memorial Annual Lecture - Alison Saunders, DPP

Introduction

Imagine you are a victim of crime. You have had the courage to report it.

| Speech , CPS News

Sexual consent is simple. We should all be clear on what constitutes rape, by Alison Saunders, DPP

Consent Is... beautiful, it is enthusiasm, it is free choice, it is mutual. It is NOT assumed, NOT a right of marriage, NOT in the clothes you wear.

| Speech , Sexual offences , CPS News

#HateCrimeMatters

Our social media campaign #HateCrimeMatters explains what hate crime is, and what can be done about it.

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