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Mr. Clegg: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many bus drivers in Sheffield, Hallam were charged with (a) drink driving, (b) speeding and (c) operating a mobile phone in each of the last five years. 
Mrs. Curtis-Thomas: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what progress has been made by the Criminal Cases Review Commission and the Historical Abuse Appeal Panel on abuse cases; and if he will make a statement. 
Fiona Mactaggart: A protocol between the Historical Abuse Panel (HAAP) and the Commission has recently been agreed and signed. The Commission has already dealt with 10 care home abuse cases from HAAP. Six have been closed and four remain under review. No HAAP care home abuse cases have been referred to the Court of Appeal.
Anne Milton: To ask the Secretary of State for theHome Department how many child curfew orders have been issued in (a) Guildford, (b) Waverley and (c) Surrey in each year since their creation. 
The information for all Petty Sessional Areas within Surrey is shown in the table. Individual area level information for Guildford and Waverley is not available.
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|2848||South-west Surrey PSA||0||0||0||0||0||4||4||3|
|2849||North Surrey PSA||0||0||0||0||0||2||0||3|
|2856||South-east Surrey PSA||0||0||0||0||0||1||2||7|
|2857||North West Surrey PSA||0||0||0||0||0||1||1||3|
|474||Guildford Crown court||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||3|
|Surrey police force area||0||0||0||0||0||8||8||19|
|England and Wales||13||37||155||320||440||1,294||2,353||2,940|
Mrs. Gillan: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how much in expenses has been claimed by each member of the Community Development Foundation trustees since each was appointed. 
Paul Goggins [holding answer 14 July 2005]: The out of pocket travel and subsistence expenses claimed by the current Trustees of the Community Development Foundation, since each was appointed, are as follows:
|Date appointed||Expenses (£)|
|Tom Levitt MP (Chair)||11 June 2004||68.00|
|Andrew Selous MP||1 November 2003||0|
|Paul Burstow MP||1 January 2004||0|
|Andrew Robinson MBE||1 June 2002||0|
|Suhail Aziz||1 January 1999||1,097.14|
|Michael Hamilton||1 June 2002||0|
|Colin Williams OBE||1 March 1997||3,376.92|
|Hilary Wilmer||1 June 2002||1,180.66|
|Abdul Ismail||1 June 2002||1,394.85|
|Peter Latchford||12 May 2000||4,522.65|
|Prof. Ruth Lister CBE||18 May 2000||1,254.29|
|Jogwant Johal||12 May 2000||600.00|
|Avila Kilmurray||31 October 1996||239.40|
|Mavis Best MBE||26 June 2000||274.30|
Mr. Malins: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what percentage of (a) community rehabilitation orders, (b) community punishment orders and (c) drug treatment and testing orders were breached in the last period for which figures are available. 
Fiona Mactaggart: Information on the completion rates for the main types of community sentence, by gender and for each year since 1993, can be found in Table 5.1 of the Home Office Statistical Bulletin: Offender Management Caseload Statistics 2003, a copy of which can be found in the House of Commons Library.
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Hazel Blears: Chip and PIN is a major finance and retail industry anti fraud initiative. The introduction of Chip and PIN has been managed by the Chip and PIN Programme Management Organisation, and actively supported by Government.
The impact of chip and PIN on card fraud was expected to be seen early in 2005 and hence will first be reflected in the APACS mid-year card fraud figures to June 2005, which will be available later this year.
Fiona Mactaggart: The Dangerous Severe Personality Disorder (DSPD) Programme is a set of pilot initiatives aimed at developing assessment and treatment services for high risk violent or sexual offenders whose offending is linked to severe personality disorder.
A total of 244 high secure DSPD places are currently available, based at HMP Whitemoor, HMP Frankland and at Broadmoor and Rampton hospitals. A further 60 places will become available on October 2005 with the opening of a new unit at Broadmoor hospital. In addition there are 71 places currently available in medium secure NHS hospital settings and as hostel places, for those that have made progress or have been assessed as being able to be managed in the community. This number is planned to grow to 75 in the autumn of 2005 and to 95 in the course of 2006. A further 12 places are planned to open in the autumn of 2005 at HMP Low Newton for women offenders.
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