Organisational Structure
The diagram below shows the organisational structure of the Ministry of the Attorney General. The Ministry is comprised of five major departments – The Office of the Permanent Secretary, the Criminal Law Department, the Civil Law Department, the Chief Parliamentary Counsel, and the Law Reform Commission. The heads of these departments report directly to the Attorney General.

The other offices that are directly accountable to the Attorney General are the Human Rights Unit, the Process Review Unit, the Central Authority, and the Policy and Media Research Unit. These four units are comprised only of staff retained on contract.

The other major arms of the Ministry are the Human Resource Department, the Project Management Unit, the Information Technology Unit, the Facilities Management Unit, the Special Security Unit and General Administration. All of the preceding, with the exception of General Administration and the Human Resource Department are comprised only of staff that are employed on contract.


Note: To view a department head, click on a department name below.

Organisational Chart

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