Describe the work of the crown prosecution service

The work of the CPS extends to all aspects of prosecution work, not just to the conduct of individual cases which go to court.

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This essay is about the work of the The Crown Prosecution Service and covers a range of relevant matters including:

  • the work of the Philips Commission which led to the setting up of the CPS;
  • the Director of Public Prosecutions;
  • the work of the CPS which ranges from administrative work to conducting cases in the Magistrates Court and the Crown Court;
  • participation in charging decisions and other aspects connected with working with the police;
  • some criticisms such as discontinuance of proceedings.


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