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|Purpose||Resources authorised for use (£)||Total Accruing Resources (£)|
|DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE|
|For use by the Department of Justice on central administrative services; forensic services; services related to crime; civil and criminal justice including juvenile justice services; probation and after-care; state pathology; compensation schemes; and certain other grants; expenditure arising from the Northern Ireland Act 2009; implementation of the Independent Commission on Police findings; security; the Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland; the Northern Ireland Policing Board; Access Northern Ireland; policing; prisons including the Prison Service Trust; the Prisoner Ombudsman; the Northern Ireland Law Commission; the Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Ombudsman; the Courts and Tribunals Service including the Northern Ireland Legal Services Commission and associated non-cash items.||1,284,930,000||40,549,000|
|OFFICE OF THE FIRST MINISTER AND DEPUTY FIRST MINISTER|
|For use by the Office of First Minister and deputy First Minister on support for the government; the North/South Ministerial Council; the British-Irish Council; the Civic Forum; expenses of the Planning Appeals Commission and the Water Appeals Commission; expenses of the Attorney General for Northern Ireland; the Reinvestment and Reform Initiative including grant-in-aid to the Strategic Investment Board and Ilex; grant-in-aid to the Economic Research Institute of Northern Ireland; grant-in-aid to the Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission; promotion and administration of sustainable development policy; promotion of human rights, equality of opportunity and social inclusion including older people and people with disabilities and alleviation of disadvantage, deprivation, poverty and hardship, including in situations of severe stress, crisis, or emergency; the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland; community relations; district council programmes; victims and survivors; the Commission for Victims and Survivors; children and young people; the Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People; payments under the European Union Programme for Peace and Reconciliation; administration and other services; grants and grants-in-aid and associated non-cash items.||47,555,000||3,376,000|
|PUBLIC PROSECUTION SERVICE FOR NORTHERN IRELAND|
|For use by the Public Prosecution Service for Northern Ireland on the prosecution of offences; legal services; employment of independent counsel; court costs and costs awarded; payments and services to other departments; trainee grants; payments under the Asset Recovery Incentive Scheme; staffing; administration costs; other related services and associated non-cash items.||37,386,000||81,000|
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