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Covid-19 and the criminal law

Inquiry

This inquiry will examine the way in which the Government has created new criminal offences to to ensure people follow restrictions and lockdown, how the criminal law has been adapted to deal with the pandemic, and how covid-19 offences have been enforced, applied and reviewed by the police, the Crown Prosecution Service and the courts.

Read the call for evidence to find out more about the inquiry.

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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27 April 2021
Inquiry Covid-19 and the criminal law
Committees Justice Committee
Oral Evidence
20 April 2021
Inquiry Covid-19 and the criminal law
Committees Justice Committee
Oral Evidence
COV0012 - Covid-19 and the criminal law
Witnesses Ministry of Justice
Committees Justice Committee
Written Evidence
COV0011 - Covid-19 and the criminal law
Witnesses Tristan Kirk (Courts Correspondent at London Evening Standard)
Committees Justice Committee
Written Evidence
COV0010 - Covid-19 and the criminal law
Witnesses Big Brother Watch
Committees Justice Committee
Written Evidence

Other publications

No other publications published.