The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has announced it has had to suspend its Transforming Compliance and Enforcement Programme (TCEP) enforcing court orders and collecting historic criminal debt will continue unchanged after further upgrades to the service, including systems and technology, were put on hold.
The plans are no longer affordable within the Ministry of Justice’s funding allocation for the 2015 spending review period. The Ministry of Justice says that work that is already underway has not been lost. “The new ways of working including better enforcement strategies and administration will continue to apply. In addition, focused work on the development of future service design will continue, so that we ensure it is ready should it be required in the future.”