Soldiers sentenced at court martial

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  1. Is there anywhere on the net that you can view sentences given to soldiers found guilty at court martial or is it kept out of the public eye, I know someone will say ask the SSA but it's more of an enquiry into how we do things.
  2. Why do you want to know?
  3. Why should there be??

    There's no central, publicly available record of persons convicted at Crown Court or Magistrates??
  4. High profile cases are often reported on in the newspapers etc....
  5. If it is really important for you to know this information, you could consider asking for this under the Freedom of Information Act. It will take a bit of time, but you are entitled to ask.
  6. I bloody hope not.
  7. I believe they are published in BROs, but they would only be available on the intranet.
  8. The RAF used to publish theirs on SRO's and in a DCI
  9. Mr_Fingerz

    Mr_Fingerz LE Book Reviewer

    IIRC, there was a list on here in the past 12 months of a breakdown by Service of the outcomes of Courts Martial. Again IIRC, it was the result of a Parliamentary Question. As a result, it was anonymised.

    As The Slug asked, "why do you want/need to know"?
  10. cheers for the info, I will have a look on DII
  11. Why not? Every other conviction within the UK Legal system is available to public record (but not necessarily in a centralised, searchable database).