We all want safe communities and a justice system that treats people fairly. These audits examine some of the agencies responsible for ensuring this happens, such as law enforcement and judicial entities, as well as other organizations that promote public safety. They examine whether organizations are meeting their mission and doing so in a manner that is equitable and consistent with our laws and spirit of our justice system.
- This page, Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Public Safety Audits, is offered by
- Office of the State Auditor
Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Public Safety Audits
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This audit examines the timeliness of bail reporting and after-hours bail deliveries.
Audit finds Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB) did not have current address for 1,769 convicted sex offenders and of that 936 had never been classified.
This audit of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner found delays in the completion of toxicology examinations, death reports, and autopsies.
This audit found the Bay State's firearms licensing process is not always completed within the mandated timeframe.
This audit examines documentation related to grant spending and eligibility at the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance.
This audit of the Southeast Division of the Housing Court Department examines the criteria for housing specialists.
This audit provides recommendations to improve the scheduling and payment for court interpreters in the Commonwealth.
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