Organisational Structure

The Office of the Attorney General is headed by the Attorney General who is supported by two Deputy Attorney Generals (Dy. Attorney General for Department of Justice and Dy. Attorney General for Department of Legal Services). The mandates are accomplished through these two departments and the three divisions (Prosecution & Litigation Division, Drafting & Review Division and Legal Services Division) of the office.

The current structure of Office of the Attorney General is approved by the Royal Civil Service Commission on 28th June, 2016.

Our current organisational structure:

Organogram

 

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