The Portal to Ireland's Official Statistics
/ Crime and Justice
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
Details of files received by the Office, breakdown of main reasons for a direction not to prosecute, prosecutions on indictment directed classified by county of offence, time taken to issue directions, applications for review of sentence on grounds of undue leniency, outcomes of prosecutions taken on indictment classified by type of offence, county and court (Circuit Criminal Court, Special Criminal Court, Central Criminal Court), confiscation of criminal assets, European arrest warrants.
Links to web pages that lead to the statistics:
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions administrative records.
Files received, directions made and outcomes of court cases covering a three year period (the year of the report and the two previous years) by reference to the year the file was received in the Office.
Calendar year of receipt of file
About 6 months after the end of the reference period
People and Society - Crime and Justice
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