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Criminal Justice Quiz Easter 2023
Russell Webster's traditional Bank Holiday criminal justice quiz, Easter 2023 edition.

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egular readers will know I punctuate the year with three Quizzes –  New Year, Easter & August Bank Holiday. So here is your Easter 2023 edition. It’s a simple multiple choice test about anything and everything to do with the criminal justice system. I hope the sun is shining wherever you are when you test your knowledge of the CJS.

Good luck and do share your results on social media especially if you have bragging rights to announce.

Results

Test your justice knowledge

R

egular readers will know I punctuate the year with three Quizzes –  New Year, Easter & August Bank Holiday. So here is your Easter 2023 edition. It’s a simple multiple choice test about anything and everything to do with the criminal justice system. I hope the sun is shining wherever you are when you test your knowledge of the CJS.

Good luck and do share your results on social media especially if you have bragging rights to announce.

Results

Congratulation you passed!

Better luck next time!

#1. What year was unpaid work (then called Community Service) introduced?

#2. What was the MoJ's total expenditure for 2021/22?

#3. Of the 1,437 unreleased IPP prisoners on 30 September 2022, how many were past their tariff date?

#4. How long is the average prison sentence for an indictable offence?

#5. How many people were recalled to prison between July-September 2022?

#6. What proportion of children in custody were on remand last year?

#7. How many people a year die within the first two weeks of leaving prison?

#8. How much does it cost to rent a TV in prison?

#9. What proportion of people are released from prison without settled accommodation?

#10. What was the parole board's budget for 2021/22?

Finish

Test your justice knowledge

R

egular readers will know I punctuate the year with three Quizzes –  New Year, Easter & August Bank Holiday. So here is your Easter 2023 edition. It’s a simple multiple choice test about anything and everything to do with the criminal justice system. I hope the sun is shining wherever you are when you test your knowledge of the CJS.

Good luck and do share your results on social media especially if you have bragging rights to announce.

Results

Congratulation you passed!

Better luck next time!

#1. What year was unpaid work (then called Community Service) introduced?

#2. What was the MoJ's total expenditure for 2021/22?

#3. Of the 1,437 unreleased IPP prisoners on 30 September 2022, how many were past their tariff date?

#4. How long is the average prison sentence for an indictable offence?

#5. How many people were recalled to prison between July-September 2022?

#6. What proportion of children in custody were on remand last year?

#7. How many people a year die within the first two weeks of leaving prison?

#8. How much does it cost to rent a TV in prison?

#9. What proportion of people are released from prison without settled accommodation?

#10. What was the parole board's budget for 2021/22?

Finish

#1. What year was unpaid work (then called Community Service) introduced?

#2. What was the MoJ's total expenditure for 2021/22?

#3. Of the 1,437 unreleased IPP prisoners on 30 September 2022, how many were past their tariff date?

#4. How long is the average prison sentence for an indictable offence?

#5. How many people were recalled to prison between July-September 2022?

#6. What proportion of children in custody were on remand last year?

#7. How many people a year die within the first two weeks of leaving prison?

#8. How much does it cost to rent a TV in prison?

#9. What proportion of people are released from prison without settled accommodation?

#10. What was the parole board's budget for 2021/22?

Finish

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