The official website for public services and information, including information on the Prison and on Criminal Injuries compensation.
Information about the police force who help to keep Jersey safe.
The website for the Courts of Jersey, which provides a dedicated overview of Jersey’s judicial system.
This is the governing body of lawyers practising as Advocates and Solicitors of the Royal Court. This site aims to inform visitors of the Society’s organisation and activities, and provide an easy method of finding and contacting its members. Here, you can also download a legal aid application form.
The website of the Jersey Legal Information Board (JLIB). This gives access to a comprehensive online collection of the laws that govern Jersey. Also published here are many of the Court’s judgements.
This website contains information on Jersey’s Honorary Police and their role in keeping law and order in each Parish
National and International
Global Centre for Evidence-based Corrections and Sentencing. Reasearch, Policy and Practice
CEP promotes cooperation of Probation services across Europe. On their website, you will find reports of conferences and other events organised to promote national cooperation and news on development of community sanctions and measures.
The UK organisation on which our JFCAS service is modelled – the service looks after the interests of children involved in family court proceedings.
This is an online community which aims to promote and share ethical and effective correctional practices to enhance public safety and healthier communities worldwide.
Suffolk Probation’s online game, where you hear the facts of a case and decide on the sentence.
The Portuguese Probation Service.
Victims of Crime
Information and help for victims of crime and for anyone who has to attend court as a witness.
Help for female victims of domestic violence.
This online tool helps you to forgive and to overcome a difficult situation.
The UK website for the Prince’s Trust, which has a branch based in Jersey. It helps young people aged 16-25 who have struggled in school, who are long – term unemployed or who have been in trouble with the law. For more information on the local service, please call 449418 or visit them at La Motte Street.
Information on YES – a project aimed at helping young people to access up-to-date and accurate information to make informed choices on a range of things in their lives.
Linking nicely to Dr Pamela Snow’s upcoming talk on language acquisition and offending, this website is excellent in highlighting the issue of communication difficulties, which many offenders face. Research has shown that up to 60% of offenders have communication needs. This site explains what these needs are, gives examples of them and shares resources which you may find useful.
The Public Health Department have recently revised the ‘Parents Guide to Drugs’ resource to help support you. As a parent or guardian you have an important role to play in helping young people make informed decisions about drugs and reducing any potential harm that may arise through drug use, be it illegal or legal.
The new revised edition has been up-dated to include information on all the most available new psychoactive substances. These new psychoactive substances, many of which are now illegal and have serious side effects, are often referred to (inappropriately) by manufacturers, dealers and users as legal highs.
This guide will help you understand the effects of drugs and their use. It is based on the latest best practice and contains practical advice about what you can actually do as a parent, whether your children are using drugs or not.
This local college offers a wide range of vocational and leisure courses, both part time and full time.
The Citizens Advice Service provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. Here you can find information on everything relating to life in Jersey, from childcare to funerals to compensation to housing.
Information on the Samaritans who provide confidential and non-judgemental emotional support 24 hours a day for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those people who are feeling suicidal.
The national voice of organisations supporting families of prisoners.