Crown Prosecution Service London

Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), prosecutes the criminal cases investigated by Police of England and Wales. The idea is to bring criminals or delinquents to justice and thus ensure a peaceful and civilized society. Prior to the formation of CPS, the Police department used to prosecute the criminals. In 1981 it was recommended by a Royal Commission that an independent prosecution be established so as to avoid same officers prosecuting the case who have investigated the crime.  The recommendation thus gave way to The Prosecution of Offences Act 1985, which established the CPS under the direction of the Director of Public Prosecutions.

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Instructions

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    Facilities & Services

    Crown Prosecution Service is responsible to prosecute the criminals which are investigated by the police of England and Wales. The charges and evidences are reviewed by the lawyers of CPS and then it is decided whether or not the case be taken up by the CPS. To make sure that justice is righteously delivered, various teams of prosecutors spread in every borough of London from traffic offences to Homicide or special casework teams.

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    Organizational Structure

    - Director of Public Prosecutions

    --- Private Officer

    ----- Principal Legal Advisor

    ----- Chief Executive

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    Operational Hours

    To find the exact operational hours contact the Crown prosecution service at their telephone number.

    Contact: +44 20 3357 0000

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    How to Contact

    To contact the CPS, use the below mentioned telephone number or email address.

    Contact: +44 20 3357 0000
    Email: enquiries@cps.gsi.gov.uk

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    Location

    Rose Court, 2 Southwark Bridge, London, SE1 9HS, United Kingdom.

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    How to Get to CPS

    By Tube

    From the Mansion House tube station, move east on Great Trinity Ln toward Garlick Hill. Turn right onto Garlick Hill. Turn left onto Skinners Ln. Now turn right onto A300 and Sharp right onto Bankside. Turn left onto New Globe Walk and then left onto Park St. Turn left onto Rose Alley to find the CPS on your right side. View Map

    By Bus

    Every 344 number bus reach the nearby bus stop of Southwark BridgeBankside Pier (Stop BC). From the bus stop move south on A300 toward Sumner St and then right onto Sumner St. Turn right onto Emerson St and then right onto Park St. Turn left onto Rose Alley and the CPS will be on the right‎.

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