Delayed prosecution agreement As the British Court of Soutwark is known to have forced Rolls Royce to pay a fine of 671 million pounds, or about 11 trillion rp. The criminal liability concerned the rolls Royce corruption case, which was tried by Judge Sir Brian Leveson in the delayed prosecution proceeding (DPA), namely the SFO as a complainant and Rolls-Royce as a respondent. In the UK legal system, the data protection authority dpa, established on 24 February 2014, is an agreement between prosecutors and companies prosecuted, whose implementation is under the control of judges. In accordance with Schedule 17 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013, the PA cannot apply to individuals, but only to companies/organizations that commit crimes of fraud, corruption or other economic crimes. In the United States, DPA and non-Prosecutorial Agreements (NPA) or non-Sue agreements, commonly known as pretrial Diversion Agreements, have grown considerably. DPA/NPA is a new standard that has changed the way federal lawyers see Americans in colonies with companies. U.S. Department of Justice officials believe that the most effective way to enforce corporate law is to reform the system in depth by developing corporate governance and compliance, rather than prosecuting and criminalizing. In this case, Peter Spivack and Sujit Raman mention that the U.S. Attorney`s Office has become the new regulator that has created a new role for itself in corporate surveillance policy (Peter Spivack – Sujit Raman; 2008). The DPA/NPA is implemented by prosecutors if the company is willing to comply with the terms of the agreement, such as the implementation of internal reforms, cooperation in the disclosure of employee shareholdings, compliance with the supervision of the public prosecutor`s office and the payment of compensation to the State. However, if the company does not meet the requirements, the prosecutor will initiate criminal proceedings against the company.