“Prosecution offices are reorganized based on the new judicial map; they are well-supplied and their operations are improved, and their efficiency is consistent”.
The justice system efficiency is directly related to the organization of its capacities and this applies to both the court and the prosecution office. For this reason, one of the outcomes that is intended to be achieved is concretely related to the issues of reorganization of the prosecution offices after the approval of the new judicial map. This is a process which is carried out by the HJC in cooperation with the MoJ, but the consequences of this process affect the entire criminal justice system, starting from the prosecution, to prisons or the Probation Service.
Conclusion: This outcome is in line with the objective and Policy Goal 3. This outcome is interdependent on the definition of the new judicial map, which is why CJS II contains no concrete and special measure to achieve this outcome. However, measure 3.2.1 can be considered as a measure that meets this outcome, because it refers entirely to the improvement of the structural management and administration of the prosecution. It could be extended indefinitely, starting from 2021 – as stipulated by the CJS II Action Plan – and onwards until the new judicial map is approved.