Commission européenne pour l'efficacité de la justice

  Profil pays : AUTRICHE

 
Membre de la CEPEJ

 

Correspondant national

Georg STAWA

Leiter der Abteilung Pr 8
Projekte, Strategie und Innovation

Federal Ministry of Justice
1070 Wien, Museumstrae 7
+43 1 52152 2280
+ 43 (1) 152 152 22 80
georg.stawa@bmj.gv.at

 

Gertraud KARL-HANSL

Judge

Abteilung der Projekte, Strategie und Innovation
Federal Ministry of Justice
1070 Wien, Museumstrae 7
gertraud.Karl-Hansl@bmj.gv.at
 

 

     
Membre du Rseau Lisbonne

 

Tribunal rfrent

Oliver SCHEIBER
Judge, Head of the District Court

Austria

 

 

Walter ENGELBERGER

Judge and Head of the District

Court Bezirksgericht Linz

Fadingerstrasse 2

4020 LINZ

+43 5 760121 13011

+43 5 760121 13030

vorstand.bglinz@justiz.gv.at

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Evnements


     
Traduction des documents de la CEPEJ (si disponibles)

 

     
Lien vers des institutions pertinentes

 

Ressources
 

Textes juridiques (Codes, lois, rglements etc.)

    www.ris.bka.gv.at

Jurisprudence de la Cour suprieure

    www.ris.bka.gv.at
Autres documents (par ex. formulaires)

    www.justiz.gv.at

 

     
Dveloppements rcents en matire de justice

CEPEJ court coaching programme : enqute auprs des avocats et notaires de Linz (District Court of Linz), Autriche (2011) [de]

Mention spciale au Prix Balance de Cristal de la Justice pour l'initiative "Mesures alternatives pour les jeunes conducteurs condamns pour tat d'ivresse", prsent par le Tribunal Rgional de Linz et FMG Amor Autriche (2010)


1. Calculating the amount of judges needed to handle the workload "PAR" After the system of calculating the amount of judges needed to handle the workload ("PAR" = Personalanforderungsrechnung) in first instance run out of trim after more than 10 years of usage, a new system will be set up. The project has been launched recently preparing a concept of implementation to end of July. Beginning next year we will measure the work of judges from reading the documents, doing the hearing, handle the file up to drafting and signing the verdict. After that average time-frames per case types will be calculated. Based on that the amount of judges per court can be (re-)defined. The method of research and calculation will be similar to that applied in Germany, even to get more comparable figures. The project is accompanied by a well known international private consultant company. It will be finished in 3rd quarter of 2008.

 

2. Redesign of system of criminal statistics A working group has been set up to redesign the system of criminal statistics. Implementing the reform of preliminary criminal procedure at the beginning of 2008 the link of data from the police-sector to the courts will be set up. Based on that, new analysis of criminal statistics will be considered, serving the needs of court management and the politicians. The project will be supported by the Austrian Institute of law and criminal sociology. The recommendations and guidelines of CEPEJ will be kept in mind.

 

Austria is reorganizing its system of calculating the amount of personnel needed to handle the workload. Therefore it is also necessary to redesign the Austrian court statistics. A data-warehouse is established in 2008. Out of  this new  basis statistical data will be extracted in new standardized reports. Especially the work of GT-EVAL and GT-QUAL of CEPEJ is considered in that context.

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