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The Judicial Commission, an independent statutory corporation, is part of the judicial arm of government. It was established by the Judicial Officers Act 1986.

Principal functions

The Commission’s principal functions are to:

The Commission may also:

  • give advice to the Attorney General on such matters as the Commission thinks appropriate; and
  • liaise with persons and organisations in connection with the performance of any of its functions.


Annual Report 2014–2015

Annual Report 2013–2014

Annual Report 2012–2013

Annual Report 2011–2012

Annual Report 2010–2011


Sentencing in NSW - A cross-jurisdictional comparison of full-time imprisonment

Research Monograph 39 – Sentencing in NSW: a cross-jurisdictional comparison of...

Paperback, 78 pp, March 2015, ISBN 9780731356362 To obtain a copy, please order from shop.nsw This study compares sentencing levels in NSW with those in other jurisdictions...