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Posted: Saturday 21 January, 2023 at 1:37 PM

Bahamas judiciary to accelerate modernisation of Court services

The Honorable Chief Justice of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Sir Ian Winder and the Executive Director of the Caribbean Agency for Justice Solutions, Mr. Bevil Wooding on December 22, 2022... Photo courtesy: The Bahamas Judiciary
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By: Gerard Best, Press Release

    NASSAU, The Bahamas. January 12, 2023 -- The Judiciary of the Bahamas and the Caribbean Agency for Justice Solutions (CAJS) are collaborating to revolutionize the administration of justice in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. The two organizations have signed an agreement to cooperate on technical and development programs aimed at modernizing Court administration systems and developing local capacity to deliver enhanced justice services in The Bahamas.


    The Digital Transformation and Development Cooperation Agreement between the judiciary and the CAJS will see the two institutions cooperate on initiatives related to the adoption and optimization of court technologies, court service innovation, technical and procedural training, and public awareness campaigns.


    “Given its reputation and track record, we are extremely pleased to be working with the CAJS to improve and strengthen our Court administration systems,” said the Honorable Chief Justice of The Bahamas, Sir Ian Winder. 


    “This agreement provides the Judiciary with an experienced and proven regional partner in CAJS as well as access to their pioneering Curia court management technology. This will help accelerate our efforts to improve the administration of justice in the Bahamas and better position us to deliver efficient, effective and timely justice services to the public.”


    “We are looking forward to collaborating with the Judiciary and Government of The Bahamas to further our collective goal of delivering justice solutions for all,” said the Executive Director of CAJS, Bevil Wooding. “Our approach will focus on strengthening the court’s human resources capacity and upgrading its technology systems to help increase efficiency and effectiveness of its operations and the quality of services delivered to its users.”


    The agreement marks a new phase of the long-term partnership between the CAJS and The Bahamas, with the goal of improving the administration of justice in the country for the benefit of all citizens and residents.


    The Caribbean Agency for Justice Solutions is a regional agency that specializes in providing technical assistance, training, and support for the strengthening and modernization of justice systems in the Caribbean. The agency works closely with governments, regional organizations, and other partners to promote the rule of law and access to justice in the region.




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