- Last Updated on 08 May 2013
Role of the Division
Corporate Services provides the support services to ensure that the Judicial Department operates as efficiently and effectively as possible. In so doing, it is mainly responsible for the management, i.e. the recruitment, appointment, disciplinary and development of the Department’s human resources. A Post Processing Unit, Leave Administration Unit, Training Unit, Discipline Officer, Statistician and Transport Officer are all part of the Administration and Human Resource Section of the Corporate Services Division. In addition, the Division also manages the Department’s financial aspects under the Accounts Section including the procurement of IT equipment and stationery, provision and maintenance of office accommodation, telecommunications, etc under the Assets Management Unit. The Division also oversees the security and health and safety functions. The Division also arranges the official travel requirements for the Judiciary as well as staff of the Department.
Corporate Services is also responsible for administering the functions of the Permanent Secretary for Justice and Anti-Corruption.
The Division also co-ordinates the Department's responses to
(a) Government memoranda with regards to issues involving the Department,
(b) Cabinet Briefings,
(c) representations/correspondence and requests for briefing material for discussions.
Corporate Services Division also manages the Department’s customer service policy.