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1. HM Prison service Her Majesty's Prison Service serves the public by keeping in custody those committed by the courts. Our duty is to look after them with humanity and help them lead law-abiding and useful lives in custody and after release. There vision is to: provide the very best prison services so that we are the provider of choice and to work towards this vision by securing the following key objectives. There objectivs are:To protect the public and provide what commissioners want to purchase by: Holding prisoners securely Reducing the risk of prisoners re-offending , Providing safe and well-ordered establishments in which we treat prisoners humanely, decently and lawfully. In securing these objectives we adhere to the following principles: In carrying out our work we: Work in close partnership with our commissioners and others in the Criminal Justice System to achieve common objectives Obtain best value from the resources available using research to ensure effective correctional practice Promote diversity, equality of opportunity and combat unlawful discrimination, and Ensure our staff have the right leadership, organisation, support and preparation to carry out their work effectively.

1.1. Her majisties inspectorat of prisonsThe role of Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Prisons is to provide independent scrutiny of the conditions for and treatment of prisoners and other detainees, promoting the concept of 'healthy prisons' in which staff work effectively to support prisoners and detainees to reduce reoffending or achieve other agreed outcomes.Together with HM Inspectorate of Constabulary the Inspectorate of Prisons inspects police custody in England and Wales and, with HM Inspectorate of Probation, offender management arrangements in custody during all full announced prison inspections.

2. Philip hammond is in charge of the armed forces pay also for there equpitment needed there pensions and any injurays they may get whilst at war, but it is not his desicion to got to war, he cannont make that desision.

2.1. The Army. The British Armed Forces, officially Her Majesty's Armed Forces and sometimes known as the Armed Forces of the Crown, are the armed forces of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The Armed Forces encompass three professional uniformed services: the Naval Service (including the Royal Navy and Royal Marines), the British Army, and the Royal Air Force. There are 35,000 people in the navy, 101,000 in the army, 40,000 in the RAF and 85,000 civillians.

2.1.1. Deffence vetting agency is the UK's largest government organisation carrying out National Security Vetting. Within the defence community they provide NSV through direct financing to the three Armed Services, MOD civil service and defence contractors. They also deliver a range of NSV services on a repayment basis to 86 customers across the public sector

3. Chris Grayling is responsible for prisons, courts and probabtion. magistates deals with crimes up to 12 months or £5,000 fine. crwon courts are for really serious crimes such as: rape, murder and man slauter.

3.1. Crispin Blunt - he is responsible for: •Prisons •Probation and Community Sentences •Youth Justice •Criminal Law and Sentencing Policy •Royal Prerogative of Mercy •Victims Policy

3.1.1. National probation service 1. they have supervises to help them change who they are and they way they look at life. 2. they have moniters to moniter them in case they break the law again. HM inspectorat of probationHM Inspectorate of Probation is an independent Inspectorate, funded by the Ministry of Justice, and reporting directly to the Secretary of State on the effectiveness of work with adults, children and young people who have offended aimed at reducing reoffending and protecting the public.