At the same time that this format of the Justices of the Peace Review Council was established in 2007, a more rigorous appointments process was put in place. In the time I've been there, I certainly have seen hearings occur, and I've seen all of those dispositions pretty much implemented.
I have to have some confidence that the process is working. If justices of the peace are given an opportunity to alter their conduct, and they come back for a second hearing—which actually happened recently, twice—that does show there's still a process there and there's still a remedy there for it to come back. The public would say the process isn't perfect, but my perception is that it is effective.