ODPP Corporate Services Division
The legal practice of the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) is supported by the Corporate Services Division (which includes the Human Resources, Finance and Administrative sections), the Information Technology section, the Registry section, and the Media and Library services.
The Corporate Services Division is responsible for the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of ODPP policies and governance frameworks.
Our corporate governance arrangements are continually reviewed to ensure that an appropriate and responsive governance framework is always in place to support the ODPP’s overall work.
The Corporate Services Division is also responsible for organizing training programmes and any specific projects and duties assigned to them by the DPP from time to time.
The Corporate Services Division is headed by the Director Human Resources & Corporate Services Ms Charlotte Nambiar.
The Corporate Services Division has the responsibility of ensuring that the Performance Management Policy is effectively implemented and regulated.
The Performance Management policy is an opportunity for managers and supervisors to clarify behavioural and performance expectations, to provide staff with feedback on their performance and undertake any coaching required as well as to develop a professional mentoring and monitoring relationship between supervisors and their subordinates.
It also provides specific and relevant information for making any Human Resources Development related decisions such as those concerning promotion, salary band movement and disciplinary action.
Performance Management results can also reflect on an employee’s skills that can be strengthened and any areas for improvement that need to be addressed. Such information is vital for making decisions on training and development programmes.