The future of justice is digital
In December 2012 the Ministry of Justice published a strategy calling for digital transformation across the justice sector.
While there was some notable progress in the years that followed, challenges such as a heavy reliance on paper and historically siloed data meant organisations often struggled to adapt.
Fast-forward to March 2020, however, and suddenly things looked very different.
Covid acted as a catalyst for decision-makers in the justice sector to quickly realise and embrace digital transformation and all its potential benefits.
From online crime reporting to video-enabled court hearings, digital investment is already helping to relieve some of the tensions the justice sector faces.
And some organisations are leading the way, using digital progress to help them thrive in a sector that’s currently struggling.
So how have they been adopting digital technology differently since the start of the pandemic? What changes had they already put in place before March 2020? And what can we learn from them as we embark on our own digital transformation journeys?
Our latest report answers all these questions and more.
Report: How the justice sector is making the most of Covid-driven digital transformation
The pandemic accelerated digital progress in the UK’s justice sector by more than five years, according to our latest report with the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
That’s faster than any other sector and higher than the public sector average of four years. And it’s contributing to a potential £100 billion boost to UK GDP by 2040 if the current pace of public sector change continues.
But what does all this mean for you and your organisation? And how can you make the most of the digital opportunities ahead?
We’ve created this justice sector-focused report to help you answer these questions and more.
- How Irwin Mitchell brought courts into the digital era
- How HMP Five Wells and the Ministry of Justice paved the way for the future of prisons
- How the Supreme Court took its existing IT infrastructure to the next level
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How can we help?
Public sector investment in the following areas could add £100 billion to UK GDP by 2040:
- • Hybrid working technology
- • Digital delivery of services
- • Larger, richer data sets
We’ll help you adopt and improve all three in a way that works for you, your people and the customers you serve, not just today but in years to come.