This was a challenging year for Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) as much of the work we expected to deliver was delayed by the substantial demands of the Government’s COVID-19 response. We are proud of the work that our services carried out to support islanders through the pandemic and are committed to delivering our 2020 commitments in 2021. Despite this challenge, we were able to make substantial progress on our Combined Control Room, a major 2020-23 Government Plan commitment, which will deliver a modern and efficient emergency Control Room.
We have also completed a tranche of modernisation work at the Prison, continued to develop our plans for a new combined Ambulance, Fire & Rescue station, overseen our successful Settled Status scheme, and prepared our borders for Brexit at the start of 2021.
The tables below set out progress against the Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) departmental objectives for 2020.
Government Plan initiatives
This table shows progress against JHA’s Government Plan initiatives in 2020.
For more information on each of the initiatives, please see Government Plan 2020-23 and the Government Plan additional information report 2020-23.
This table shows progress against the department’s other initiatives for 2020 that are not included in the Government Plan.
This table shows Covid-19 specific initiatives that the department commenced in 2020 as a response to the pandemic.