Ford highlights progress on Drugs at Maghaberry
Justice Minister David Ford visited an innovative new drugs rehabilitation pilot project at Maghaberry Prison delivered in partnership with Start360. It is aimed at addressing the link between offending behaviour and problematic substance use. He is pictured with Maghaberry Prison Governor Alan Longwell and Clare Connolly, Services Manager at Start360
Ford – Disability hate crime is wrong – get support to report
Justice Minister David Ford has given his support to a new campaign against hate crime aimed at people with a disability
Ford – Justice is an important part of Pride
Chair of Belfast Pride, Sean O'Neill presents an award to Justice Minister David Ford recognising the DoJ contribution to Pride.
Justice Minister David Ford meets new Chief Constable George Hamilton
Justice Minister David Ford has had his first meeting with the newly appointed PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton, who took up the post from 30 June.
Launch of 24 Hour Domestic & Sexual Violence Helpline
The 24 Hour Domestic and Sexual Violence Helpline has been jointly launched by the Health Minster, Edwin Poots, Justice Minister, David Ford, and Social Development Minister, Nelson McCausland. Also pictured are (left) Annie Campbell, Director of Women's Aid and (right) Sonya McMullan, Help Line Manager.
Wednesday, 1 October 2014
Minister of Justice David Ford and Minister for Justice and Equality Frances Fitzgerald have highlighted how cross border co-operation has helped in the fight against organised crime.
Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Justice Minister David Ford has launched a consultation on the issue of extending existing legislation to give further protections to children and vulnerable adults at risk of physical harm.