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Information and public services for the Island of Jersey

L'înformâtion et les sèrvices publyis pouor I'Île dé Jèrri

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About the Bailiff's Chambers

​​​​​​Other responsibilities of the Bailiff’s Chambers include:

  • supporting the judiciary in criminal and civil matters in the Island’s courts
  • issuing a range of injunctions and warrants on a daily basis
  • supporting the Bailiff in the States and in his sworn duty to maintain Jersey’s constitutional privileges
  • organising or helping to co-ordinate a range of public ceremonies including the swearing-in of officials before the Royal Court, the Assise d’Heritage, Liberation Day and Remembrance Sunday
  • assisting the Bailiff to fulfil engagements in the community throughout the year
  • receiving distinguished visitors
  • undertaking the administration of liquor licence extensions
  • licensing public entertainment and charity collections

Bailiff of Jersey

Timothy John Le Cocq

Timothy John Le Cocq's profile on States Assembly website

Deputy Bailiff​ (Designate)

Robert MacRae

Robert MacRae's profile on States Assembly website

Overview of the judicial system​​​

For a dedicated overview of Jersey’s judicial system, visit​ the Jersey Law website​.

Making a complaint ag​ainst the Bailiff

You can find out how to make a complaint against the Bailiff in the document below.

Bailiff Complaints Procedure document

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