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Mr. Woodward: CCTV coverage and positioning are police operational matters. Questions on how CCTV resources are allocated are essentially matters for the Chief Constable in response to policing priorities.
Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many cases of computer (a) hacking, (b) fraud and (c) theft his Department recorded in each year since 2001; and how many times computers have been illegally accessed by computer hackers (i) within and (ii) outside his Department. 
|(a) Computer hacking||2||0||0||0|
|(b) Computer fraud||0||0||0||0|
|(c) Computer theft||1||2||0||2|
|(i) Illegal accesses by computer hackers within his Department||1||0||0||0|
|(ii) Illegal accesses by computer hackers outside his Department||1||0||0||0|
Angela E. Smith: Domestic rates consists of two elements, the regional rate, set by the Secretary of State on a uniform basis across Northern Ireland, and the district rate, set separately by each district council relevant to the location of the property.
For 200607, the current forecast revenue from the regional domestic rate, on the basis of the levels announced by the Secretary of State in December 2004, is £229.8 million. Regional rate levels are reviewed annually and any proposed adjustments are announced by the Secretary of State before the start of the relevant financial year.
Mr. Woodward: Officers from Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs have seized cash totalling £59,280 in operations against drug dealing in Northern Ireland since 2000. The amount of criminal assets restrained or confiscated by the Police Service of Northern Ireland runs into millions of pounds annually however information relating to cash seized during operations against drug dealing is not readily available and could only be obtained at disproportionate cost.
Since its inception in 2003 the Assets Recovery Agency has frozen some £4 million from individuals where the primary criminality was believed by the agency to be drugs related. So far houses, cars and other property to the value of just under £1 million have been handed over to the agency for disposal.
|Drugs seized||Number of seizures||Amount seized||Number of seizures||Amount seized||Number of seizures||Amount seized|
|All Class A1||335||||431||||429|||
|All Class B1||(38)1,534||||(38)1,703||||(38)151|||
|Class C (Cannabis)3|
|Drugs seized||Number of seizures||Amount seized|
David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many occurrences there have been in the last six months of Education and Library Boards reinstating services outside their agreed financial schemes, broken down by (a) date and (b) type of service. 
Angela E. Smith: There have not been any occurrences in the last 6 months of Education and Library Boards reinstating services outside their agreed financial schemes (now known as resource allocation plans).
Mr. Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland when the Equality Commission intends to publish the latest monitoring report into employment patterns in Northern Ireland. 
Angela E. Smith: The Equality Commission for Northern Ireland anticipates publishing the 'Fair Employment Monitoring Report No 15A Profile of the Northern Ireland Workforce' by the beginning of December.
Angela E. Smith: There have been 10 complaints made against the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland in the last three years. Four complaints were made in 2003; four complaints were made in 2004; and two complaints have been made in 2005.
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