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Of importance to social work is the Health Services Commissioner (HSC), or ‘ombudsman’. Formerly a role undertaken by the PCA, in 1993 this grievance body was separated from the work of the PCA and given its own office by an Act of Parliament (see the Health Services Commissioner Act 1993). Like the PCA, the HSC investigates into health service provision. Giving reports and making recommendations to the Department of Health. Furthermore, the local government ombudsman, who have existed since 1972 under the Local Government Act, seek to investigate complaints which concern local authorities’ services, including social services.

The AG is responsible for the Director of Public Prosecutions, the Crown prosecution Service (CPS), and the Serious Fraud Office (SFO). In his work, the AG is assisted by a deputy, the Solicitor General (SG), usually an MP or peer, and a legal secretariat. The current AG is John Morris QC MP and the SG is Lord Falconer QC. 21 LAW FOR SOCIAL WORKERS Director of Public Prosecutions The office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has existed since 1879. The duties of the DPP are statutorily defined in the Prosecution of Offences Act 1985.

Criminal courts These are primarily concerned with the prosecution of persons for criminal offences: Magistrates’ courts These are the inferior criminal courts. They are supervised by legal qualified clerks and either lay or stipendiary magistrates. Formerly described as ‘petty sessional’ courts, they deal with the minor criminal offences, such as assaults, burglary and breach of the peace, as well as committal proceedings, sending the more serious offenders to Crown Court for trial. A major part of the work of the magistrates’ courts is to operate as youth courts dealing with juvenile justice.

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