The NSW Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) prosecutes serious crimes under NSW law on behalf of the community.
Our vision is to be a dynamic prosecution service recognised for its excellence and leadership. We act with integrity, by behaving ethically and professionally.
We have about 800 staff including, Solicitors, Crown Prosecutors, support staff, Witness Assistance Officers and corporate service employees.
The Director of Public Prosecutions is the head of NSW's independent prosecution service. The other senior office holders are also appointed by the NSW Attorney General.
Crimes we prosecute
Read here to find out about the laws relating to of the types of crimes frequently prosecuted by the ODPP.
The ODPP offers career opportunities in a range of rewarding and challenging roles.
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