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January 2021 consultations

This month we have a range of opportunities to share your views.

You can add your thoughts on three national consultations about the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, expectations for police custody, and the Victims' Bill. People aged 14-25 can also add their thoughts to the Youth Commission's Big Conversation.

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The Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

The Queen's Platinum Jubilee: relaxation of licensing hours

The government are consulting on a national relaxation of licensing hours for Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. They are keen to hear from everyone who may be affected by a national relaxation of licensing hours, including:

  • members of the public
  • those who live near to licensed premises
  • those who own or work in on-trade premises
  • the police
  • licensing authorities
  • trade associations
Read the consultation document.

This consultation closes at 11:45pm on 26 January 2022.


HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS): Expectations for police custody

The Expectations for police custody were last updated in 2018.
This version of the Expectations addresses changes to the PACE Codes of Guidance – in particular PACE Code C for the detention, treatment and questioning of persons detained – and any changes made by College of Policing Authorised Professional Practice on Detention and Custody.

The proposed Expectations also reflect concerns raised by those with an interest in police custody, or where recommendations have been made to improve standards. HMICFRS remain focused in their Expectations on achieving better outcomes for detainees.

Read the HMICFRS consultation document

This consultation closes on 31 January 2022

Ministry of Justice sign.

The Victims’ Bill

This consultation seeks to understand how the Ministry of Justice can improve victims’ experiences of the criminal justice system across England and Wales.

This consultation is the first significant step towards a landmark ‘Victims’ Law’ - a Bill which will build on the foundations provided by the Victims’ Code to substantially improve victims’ experiences of the criminal justice system. It will make a tangible difference to ensuring all victims of crime receive the support they need through and beyond the criminal justice process.

This consultation will consider how the Ministry of Justice can make concrete improvements to victims’ experience of and confidence in the criminal justice system, and their support. The resulting legislation will be the cornerstone of their work across government to ensure that victims’ needs lie at the heart of the criminal justice system. 

Read the introduction to the survey.

Closes on 3 February 2022

The Big Conversation logo.

The Youth Commission's
Big Conversation

Each year, the Youth Commission speak to young people across Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton to get their concerns, views and ideas.

They consult those aged 14-25 on their priorities. This year they would like to hear thoughts, experiences and solutions to tackling substance misuse, hate and hostility and staying safe on the streets. Alternatively you can tell them about something else that concerns you.

If you are not aged 14-25 years, but know someone who is, please pass this on to them.

Closes on 30 September 2022


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