Deputy registrar calls for accurate court statistics

JWANENG: Accuracy in criminal and civil statistics is vital, especially to the executives for developmental and planning purposes. This was revealed in last week’s two-day workshop in Jwaneng, which brought together the Department of Administration of Justice and its stakeholders to discuss and share ideas on best practices with regard to the management of court case statistics.

The deputy registrar, Legal, Bafi Nlanda said it was important to note that as the department compiles statistics, they have to ensure that they represent quality service, accuracy, timeliness and integrity as per the department’s core values.

“The judiciary as an arm of the Government, does not operate in isolation from executive and legislature. While we are separate and independent from other arms of government, we are also accountable to the nation with regard to the delivery of justice.

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