Department of Justice and Equality

Department Of Justice And Equality

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The Department of Justice and Equality () is a department of the Government of Ireland. It is led by the Minister for Justice and Equality who is assisted by a Minister of State. The Department's mission is to maintain and enhance community security and to promote a fairer society in the Ireland.

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Overview

The mission of the Department of Justice and Equality is to maintain and enhance community security and equality through the development of a range of policies and high quality services which underpin:

  • The protection and assertion of human rights and fundamental freedoms consistent with the common good
  • The security of the State
  • An effective and balanced approach to tackling crime


The official headquarters and Ministerial offices of the Department are in 94 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2. Over the years its name has changed several times, with some changes in its role. The Department has been known as the following:
  • Department of Home Affairs (1919–1923)
  • Department of Justice (1923–1997)
  • Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform (1997–2010)
  • Department of Justice and Law Reform (2010–2011)
  • Department of Justice and Equality (2011–present)


Responsibilities

The Department's main areas of responsibility include:

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