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Angela Eagle: I can confirm that the Home Department has current contracts with Capita which are valued at £403 million. This includes a 10 year contract with the Criminal Records Bureau which is estimated to be worth £400 million over the term of the contract.
Mr. Bercow: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, pursuant to his answer of 22 January 2002, Official Report, column 844W, what the cost of refurbishing each ministerial private office was in each year since May 1997. 
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Mr. Sanders: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will list non-governmental organisations operating in the south-west region that receive public funds from his Department; and what amount of annual funding they received in the most recent year for which figures are available. 
The Home Office does not generally record this information by region. It is therefore possible that other organisations in the south-west region, which are not listed, have received support from the Home Office.
In addition, funding awarded to national organisations may have been used to support work in the south-west region. It would be a matter for the organisation concerned how they chose to allocate such resources and the Home Office would not hold that information.
|Organisation||Payment in financial year 200001|
|Awaz Utaoh (Bristol)||40,825|
|Barnardo's South West||18,313|
|Barne Barton Community||10,500|
|Barne Barton Estate Project (Plymouth)||15,000|
|Black Development Agency||58,000|
|Black Development Agency'Three in One Project'||30,000|
|Bournemouth CVSResource Link||42,000|
|Bristol Racial Equality Council||40,150|
|Community Projects TrustSouth West||30,000|
|Conduit Street Community Centre (Gloucester)||193,891|
|Eastbourne Community Network||199,154|
|Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens||50,000|
|Honicknowle Commnet Ltd||2,800|
|Jamaican Community Centre (Gloucester)||32,142|
|Kerrier Phoenix Project||150,000|
|National Playbus Association||30,230|
|Plymouth and District Racial Equality Council||25,120|
|Portsmouth Community Safety||55,600|
|Portsmouth Community Services Project||25,125|
|Somerset Youth Voluntary Network||125,000|
|Society of Voluntary Associates (SOVA)||16,267|
|Swindon Business Education Partnership||78,900|
|The South West Forum||58,000|
|The Xcentre (Exeter)||196,500|
|Youth Action Scheme||11,038|
|Youth Support Services||20,355|
|Voluntary First (Bath and north-east Somerset)||122,491|
|Womanise Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (mid and north Cornwall)||77,444|
(20) Crime Concern have their national headquarters in Wiltshire (in the south-west region). This payment includes £33,000 given to Crime Concern for the roll-out of 'Driving the Action' seminars to a number of regions including the south-west region.
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Mrs. May: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many antisocial behaviour orders have been issued, broken down by local authority areas, in each calendar year since their introduction. 
Mr. Denham: Antisocial behaviour orders (ASBOs) are community-based civil orders, which can be applied for by the police or local authority in consultation with each other, against an individual or several individuals whose behaviour is antisocial. Applications are currently made to the magistrates court acting in its civil capacity. ASBOs were introduced from 1 April 1999.
From 1 June 2000 official statistics on the number of ASBOs issued are based on quarterly returns from Magistrates Courts Committees (MCCs) which from 1 April 2001 were all aligned with police force areas. These returns are not presently designed to give figures below MCC level. Available information, up to 30 September 2001, by police force/MCC area is given in the table.
|Police force area/MCC||From 1 April 1999 to 31 May 2000(21)||From 1 June 2000 to 31 December 2000(22)||From 1 January 2001 to 30 September 2001||Total|
|Avon and Somerset||9||3||16||28|
|Devon and Cornwall||1||0||9||10|
|Metropolitan Police(23)/Greater London Magistrates Courts Authority||9||19||12||40|
|England and Wales||104||129||233||466|
(21) Total figures only available from police force areas for period 1 April 1999 to 31 May 2000.
(22) As from 1 June 2000 data collected centrally by Magistrates Courts Committee (MCC) area by quarter.
(23) Including City of London
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Mrs. Brooke: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will introduce guidance to authorities which successfully apply for ASBOs for individuals, on other rehabilitative measures which should be implemented at the same time. 
Mr. Denham: Revised guidance on Anti-social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs) will be issued once the legislative changes introduced into the Police Reform Bill are available. The revised guidance will include information on agencies providing rehabilitative measures.
Mr. Denham: [holding answer 27 February 2002]: The cost of an Anti-social Behaviour Order (ASBO) is usually met by the lead agency making the applicationthis will either be the local authority or the local police force. In some areas there are local arrangements where the costs are divided between the two agencies.
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