Just Solutions international

Just Solutions international (JSi), is the commercial entity created by the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) to provide products and services to international markets.

JSi will draw on staff from across NOMS and accredited external experts and partners (as Associates), capitalising on their knowledge and expertise. The cost of this will be funded through sales generated. 

Any surplus will be re-invested in Justice Services in England and Wales, providing opportunities for innovation and development within the domestic Justice arena. 

Staff placements in foreign Justice systems supports their learning and development. 

For more information please visit www.justsolutionsgroup.com

Copyright & Trade Mark Licensing

Most JSi products and services have been created on behalf of the NOMS, part of Her Majesty's Government (HMG) in the United Kingdom which owns the embodied intellectual property. Copyright of these products is therefore owned by the Crown and re-use of any of the material contained in our publications or products will require a Crown copyright licence.

These products and services are governed by three licensing schemes, these being the,   
  1. Copyright Licensing scheme;
  2. Trade Mark licensing scheme;
  3. A Combined Trade Mark and Copyright Licensing scheme. 
NOMS copyright licensing scheme is regulated by The Office of Public Sector Information, part of The National Archives, and we are Information Fair Trader Scheme (IFTS) approved. The IFTS scheme is designed to provide greater access and availability of public sector data. The benefits of IFTS can be greater transparency of publicIFTS logo sector activity which can lead to improved performance.

For more information about the IFTS scheme please visit www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/information-management/ifts.htm

As JSi products and services are traded globally, the copyright licensing scheme also complies with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) office advice for UK government bodies. For more information about the UKTI visit www.ukti.gov.uk/home.html.


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