Who we are

Delivering a world-class justice system that works for everyone in society

We are the Digital and Technology function for The Ministry of Justice UK. We design, build and support user-centred digital and technology services for the justice system: services that make a real difference to our staff, members of the public and their families who use them.

Millions of people every year interact with our services, and Justice Digital play an important role in improving access to justice and making that experience simpler, faster and better.

If you want a career where your work will make a real difference, where you can be part of a supportive and collaborative team, you’ll find it here.

Our Strategy

Our vision is to make the experience of all of our users simpler, faster, and better. We will do this by reducing technical debt and automating where we can to help the MoJ to be more flexible and responsive to change; making sure the right data is available at the right time and for the right people to improve decision making, and working with operational and policy colleagues to make sure that users are at the heart of all the services we provide. All of this will be underpinned by strong digital capability across the MoJ.

Our Strategy will allow us to support the wider justice system, helping us to reduce reoffending, provide swift access to justice and protect the public.

The MoJ prides itself in being a Level 3 Disability Confident organisation.

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Our Values

Purpose

Justice maters. We are proud to make a difference for the public we serve.

Humanity

We treat others as we would like to be treated. We value everyone, supporting and encouraging them to be the best they can be.

Openness

We innovate, share, and learn. We are courageous and curious, relentlessly pursuing ideas to improve the services we deliver.

Together

We listen, collaborate and contribute, acting together for our common purpose.


Our Blog

You can find out more about life at Justice Digital the work we do over on our blog page