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Office for Criminal Justice Reform: Finance

Volume 490: debated on Monday 30 March 2009

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what the budget for each major area of expenditure of the Office for Criminal Justice Reform has been in each year since its establishment. (265888)

The following table shows the budget for each major area of expenditure of the Office for Criminal Justice Reform each year since its establishment.

£ million

Admin Pay

Admin Other

Admin Total

Programme

Total Resources

Capital

Total Budget

2004/5

Criminal Justice IT

3.00

4.00

7.00

43.79

50.79

8.82

59.60

Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority

204.20

204.20

204.20

Criminal Cases Review Commission

7.84

7.84

0.62

8.46

OCJR core

8.69

12.11

20.80

34.48

55.29

6.21

61.49

11.69

16.11

27.80

290.31

318.11

15.64

333.76

2005/6

Criminal Justice IT

3.03

2.13

5.16

39.70

44.86

44.77

89.63

Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority

214.00

214.00

214.00

Criminal Cases Review Commission

7.80

7.80

0.16

7.96

OCJR core

10.60

6.21

16.80

40.39

57.19

0.87

58.06

13.63

8.33

21.96

301.89

323.85

45.80

369.65

2006/7

Criminal Justice IT

2.98

1.52

4.50

55.76

60.26

31.57

91.83

Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority

221.00

221.00

221.00

Criminal Cases Review Commission

7.61

7.61

0.06

7.66

OCJR core

10.74

3.63

14.36

46.00

60.36

7.40

67.76

13.72

5.15

18.86

330.36

349.23

39.02

388.25

2007-08

Criminal Justice IT

3.49

0.89

4.37

58.63

63.01

35.91

98.92

Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority

245.00

245.00

245.00

Criminal Cases Review Commission

7.27

7.27

0.10

7.37

OCJR core

12.23

2.97

15.20

37.31

52.51

1.58

54.09

15.72

3.86

19.58

348.21

367.79

3759

405.38

2008-09

OCJR

15.79

3.00

18.79

111.70

130.50

35.40

165.90

The CJIT ring fence was wound down at the end of 2007-08 and its central functions absorbed into OCJR.

During 2008-09, responsibility for the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, and the Criminal Cases Review Commission transferred from OCJR to the Access to Justice Group of the Ministry of Justice.