PD CJS Consultancy is a service organisation owned and directed by me Paul Darby, Dip PLM.

I have worked in the Criminal Justice and Health Sectors for over 28 years. The majority of this work has been undertaken in the Prisons, Courts and Probation Services. In 2007 I was  promoted to a senior manager’s position in the Probation services in Stoke on Trent. During this assignment I supervised and managed senior probation officers and held functional responsibility for several Offender Management Teams, Community Services, Programmes and Employment, Training and Education for people living in Stoke on Trent who were subject to community sentences and those released from prison with conditions on licence.

In 2010 I became a regional committee member of Rethink Mental Illness and in 2012 held the position as Chair of the West Midlands Committee. Along with my team of regional committee members we steered Rethink Mental Illness to win a national award for an innovating service in Stoke on Trent for Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT). 

In 2012 I was also appointed by the Ministry of Justice International Projects Directorate as a Senior Projects Manager. Since then I have carried out international teaching and research assignments in Germany, Estonia, Croatia, Spain and the Republic of Turkey. I have also held UK company directorships in 2014 and 2015 with the respective organisations of B&D Justice Consultants and latterly Compass Foundation Community Interest Company (CIC) launching the out of courts disposal programme ‘Changing the Codes’ with the West Midlands Police .

In 2014 I was accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management City of Guilds for Development of Mentoring Skills for the Workplace. I went on to support the learning and development of court managers and a statistician working for the Canadian Government.

Since October 2015 l have continued to work in the Criminal Justice Sector as an independent consultant providing services to Greater Manchester Police’s Integrated Offender Management Teams, Adult Safe Guarding & Quality Assurance Inspections plus Management support to Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Approved Premises Estate in the North West of England. During 2018 I joined a team of Court staff advising Judges and Magistrates on sentencing following HMCTS Transforming Summary Justice Programme.  I  now work as a short- term intermittent expert and component leader on a UK  twinning programme funded by the European Union and the Turkish Republic Ministry of Justice. This continues to be an exciting programme of work; fusing international project management expertise with requirements to promote and maintain cultural competence and diplomacy.

Please feel free to contact my consultancy to discuss how best to deliver professional and diligent solutions to bring sustainable solutions for people or businesses devoted to justice. 

Our Ethos

My partners and I believe in brand of being professional and diligent can be translated into:

  • Prioritising customer relations and staff to deliver auditable integrated services
  • The development of ‘best in class’ organisational change, processes and outcomes
  • Evidence based knowledge, ethics, common sense, quality standards, kite marketing and both domestic an dinternational legal compliance
  • Developing the Public-Sector Duties enshrined in UK domestic law
  • Planning for markets and consumer choices in a post Brexit UK 29 March 2019

MEET THE TEAM

PDCJS Consultancy do not approach their field of expertise similar to the conventional bodies that match people with generic services. PDCJS Consultancy take an holistic approach following a critical evidence based assessment of needs and risk - alongside the organisation’s capacity to deliver the treatment or provision that results in a positive and sustainable change to people’s lives.

Paul Darby
Paul DarbyCriminal Justice Management Consultantinfo@pdcjsconsultant.co.uk

 

PD CJS Consultancy is a service organisation owned and directed by me Paul Darby, Dip PLM.

I have worked in the Criminal Justice and Health Sectors for over 29 years. Much of this work has been undertaken in Her Majesty’s Prisons, Courts and Probation Services. In 2007 I was promoted to a senior manager’s position in the Probation services in Stoke on Trent. During this assignment I managed senior probation officers and held functional responsibility for several Offender Management Teams, Community Services (Unpaid Work Schemes), Programme Delivery and Employment, Training and Education for people living in Stoke on Trent subject to community sentences and those released from prisons on licence.

In 2010 I became a regional committee member of Rethink Mental Illness and in 2012 held the position as Chair of the West Midlands Committee. Along with my team of regional committee members we steered Rethink Mental Illness to win a national award for an innovating service in Stoke on Trent for Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT). This services still forms part of the NHS Primary care programme.

In 2012 I was appointed by the Ministry of Justice International Projects Directorate as a Senior Projects Manager. Since then I have carried out international teaching and research assignments in Germany, Estonia, Croatia, and the Republic of Turkey. I have held UK company directorships in 2014 and 2015 with the organisations of B&D Justice Consultants and Compass Foundation Community Interest Company (CIC) launching the out of courts disposal programme ‘Changing the Codes’ with the West Midlands Police.

In 2014 I was accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management City of Guilds for Development of Mentoring Skills for the Workplace. I went on to support the learning and development of court managers and a statistician working for the Canadian Government.

In October 2015 l worked in the Criminal Justice Sector as an independent consultant providing services to Greater Manchester Police’s Integrated Offender Management Teams,  Rochdale Adult Safe Guarding & Quality Assurance Inspections plus Management support to Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Approved Premises Estate in the North West of England. In 2018 I joined a team of Court staff advising Judges and Magistrates on sentencing following HMCTS Transforming Summary Justice Programme. 

Later in 2028 I started work as a short- term expert and component leader on a UK twinning programme funded by the European Union and the Turkish Republic Ministry of Justice. This project was undertaken over 21 months in 5 Regions in Turkey working closely with Court personnel. The investigations with 70 personnel in 5 pilot Courts and interviews with the judiciary and prosecutors enabled my team and I to produce job descriptions; a performance evaluation tool and a comparable (draft) legal process that improves the ‘efficiency of auxiliary personnel and the quality of their training’. This project was successful and signed off by EU and Turkish Ministry of Justice officials on 31/3/ 2020.  

Please contact my consultancy to discuss how to deliver your sustainable professional and diligent solutions!

Stela Murrizi
Stela MurriziInternational Criminology Researcherstela.murrizi@pdcjsconsultant.co.uk

 

Stela Murrizi – International Research Consultant is currently working as a policy analyst within the department of Employment and Social Development Canada. Here she is able to marry her love of telling the story of research with policy implementation. Understanding and contextualizing social research findings is a passion for her. In her previous roles, Stela has had the opportunity to analyse both qualitative and quantitative data and produce evidence-based recommendations to drive policy implementation. After graduating from the Master of Arts Criminology program of the University of Ottawa, Stela has worked on numerous projects concerning impact of trauma, crime prevention, and impact evaluations within Statistics Canada, the University of Ottawa, the Canadian Municipal Network on Crime Prevention, as well as B&D Justice Consultants. Stela’s own Master’s thesis sought to understand how reporting of social problems contextualizes the types of information and services that become available to those who require them. By applying a wide interdisciplinary lens to her research, Stela seeks to gain a holistic understanding of social problems and our proposed solutions to them.  

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