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Mr. Hurd: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what recent estimate he has made of levels of (a) violent crime, (b) car crime, (c) robbery and (d) burglary in the Ruislip-Northwood constituency; and if he will make a statement. 
Hazel Blears: The information requested is not available centrally for the Ruislip-Northwood constituency. This constituency comes within the Hillingdon basic command unit (BCU) and figures for that BCU are given in the table.
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Mrs. Moon: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what research he has commissioned on the level of crime committed in South Wales by those based outside Wales in relation to the proposals for merger of police forces in Wales. 
Larger Strategic forces will be better equipped to deal with level two criminality. The public and local communities will benefit from enhanced provision of protective services and neighbourhood policing.
Paul Goggins: Available data from the court proceedings database held by the Office for Criminal Justice Reform on the number of offenders found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving in Wales 19842004 are given in the following table. Data prior to 1984 are not available.
Mr. Weir: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how much was spent on advertising by (a) his Department, (b) each (i) non-departmental public body and (ii) Executive agency for which his Department is responsible and (c) each independent statutory body, organisation and body financially sponsored by his Department in each year since May 1997. 
Mr. Charles Clarke: The Home Office holds data on central Home Office advertising spend. The following table shows the breakdown since 1997. We do not hold data for other bodies and agencies as this would be of disproportionate cost.
|Campaigns included recruitment of special constables, fire safety, absent voting and electoral registration||1.4|
|Campaigns included smoke alarms, recruitment of special constables, crime partnerships and electoral registration||1.8|
|Campaigns included chip pan safety, fire safety, recruitment of special constables, European Parliament elections and electoral registration||5.65|
|Campaigns included fire safety, vehicle crime and recruitment of police officers||28.36|
|Campaigns included fire safety (smoke alarms), vehicle crime, internet child protection, drugs, recruitment of police officers and special constables and postal voting||14.4|
|Campaigns included vehicle crime, internet child protection, drugs, firearms amnesty and recruitment of police officers||9.9|
|Campaigns included vehicle crime, internet child protection, drugs, recruitment of police officers and domestic violence||12.487|
|Campaigns included acquisitive crime, drugs, recruitment of police officers and domestic violence||10.203|
Mr. Oaten: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department pursuant to the answer to the hon. Member for Brent, East (Sarah Teather) of 3 November 2005, Official Report, column 1251W, on departmental websites, what the (a) set-up costs and (b) running costs between August 2004 and August 2005 were of (i) www.ask-the-football-fans.gov.uk, (ii) www.getgunsoffthestreets.co.uk, (iii) www.good2besecure.co.uk, (iv) www.secureyourmotor.gov.uk, (v) www.takingastand.co.uk, (vi) www.technicaladvisory.co.uk, (vii) www.thinkuknow.co.uk and (viii) www.together.gov.uk; and how many (A) unique visitors and (B) visits, as distinct from page views, each received between August 2004 and August 2005. 
Mr. Charles Clarke:
The sites in question predate August 2004 and therefore have incurred no set-up costs during the period in question. With regards to running costs the Home Office does not maintain its financial information in the basis you have requested and cannot provide such a breakdown without incurring disproportionate costs. The core websites for the Department have recently been redeveloped in order to begin the rationalisation of the sites held by the Department. It is anticipated that the majority of the websites cited in this question will be integrated into the main Home Office website by the middle of next calendar year. Unique visitor and user sessions for these websites from August 2004 to August 2005 are detailed in the following table.
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Danny Alexander: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether a Minister in his Department is planned to be nominated to take responsibility for liaison with the Office for Disability Issues; and if he will make a statement. 
Paul Goggins: The Minister for Disabled People, has overall responsibility for the Office for Disability Issues (ODI). She chairs a cross-government steering group which includes ministerial representatives from the Department of Health, Department for Education and Skills, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, Department for Transport, and Department of Trade and Industry. I am the nominated Minister for the Home Office.
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