Increasing Efficiency of Auxiliary Staff in Judicial Services and the Quality of Trainings

Priority area



Ministry of Justice

Implementing partner

The United Kingdom Sustainable Criminal Justice Solutions (SCJS)


24 months
May 14, 2018 – May 13, 2020

EU contribution (Euro)


Brief description of the project and main objectives

Developing the capacity of auxiliary staff in the judiciary in line with European standards and establishing a sustainable education system in line with the best practices in the EU in order to increase efficiency in judicial processes.


Ankara, İstanbul, İzmir, Antalya, Samsun

Achieved results / expected outputs

Developing an effective and sustainable pre-service training system for clerks
Strengthening in-service training for auxiliary staff
Development of performance tools for auxiliary staff
Increasing the productivity of psychologists, pedagogues and social workers working in family and juvenile courts by determining the standards for the reporting system
Determining ethical rules for judicial employees