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Justine Greening: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programmes were attached to court sentences in each year since 2001, broken down by local authority area; and if he will make a statement. [126030]

Mr. Sutcliffe [holding answer 8 March 2007]: Data on the intensive supervision and surveillance programme (ISSP) are produced by the Youth Justice Board based on returns from ISSP teams. The data are not available by local authority but have been broken down by ISSP scheme and starts from 2003-04 as data collected in this format prior to full national roll out of the programme are unreliable.

These are not Home Office statistics and although care is taken in collating and analysing the returns used to compile the figures, the data are of necessity subject to the inaccuracies inherent in any large-scale recording system.


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ISSP starts by Teams 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006( 1) Total

Berkshire

54

54

64

33

205

Birmingham and Solihull

196

178

160

121

655

Black Country

113

105

141

96

455

Blackburn

25

26

23

164

Blackpool

42

17

23

132

Bradford

90

83

112

27

241

Bristol

50

40

43

46

152

Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes

19

26

48

29

131

Cambridgeshire

23

27

26

20

129

Cheshire

28

86

92

20

256

Co. Durham

56

51

45

35

136

Coventry

58

41

47

15

118

Cornwall

5

14

18

6

75

Cumbria

15

20

34

32

95

Derby/Derbyshire

37

41

84

33

162

Devon, Plymouth Torbay

9

30

31

36

101

Dorset, Bournemouth and Poole

4

21

12

8

148

Dyfed-Powys

4

4

15

11

36

East London

107

88

118

126

353

East Riding of Yorkshire

6

10

9

7

151

Essex

21

43

43

41

323

Gateshead, Sunderland, S Tyne

125

158

96

50

481

Greater Manchester Central

196

150

142

113

584

Greater Manchester, East

177

137

171

119

432

Greater Manchester, West

179

195

245

164

672

Gloucestershire

5

16

16

63

109

Gwent

68

94

97

31

301

Hertfordshire

14

31

42

44

128

Kent

79

83

79

37

244

Kingston upon Hull

11

24

29

45

170

Kirklees and Calderdale

45

59

58

69

266

Knowsley St. Helens and Sefton

72

56

60

75

337

Lambeth and Wandsworth

80

81

78

81

371

Lancashire

146

95

130

103

404

Leeds

131

100

155

97

365

Leicester and Leicestershire

76

96

93

45

351

Lincolnshire

13

37

35

45

181

Liverpool

117

108

115

55

374

Luton and Bedfordshire

64

55

71

25

241

Newcastle, North Tyneside, Northumberland

96

132

120

90

351

Newham

90

75

82

47

217

Norfolk

9

24

26

72

172

Northamptonshire

13

27

8

21

107

North London

50

63

55

65

257

North Wales

51

45

47

19

165

Nottingham

74

63

85

33

227

Nottingham County

54

79

66

21

214

Oxfordshire

46

40

54

37

166

Peterborough

48

49

49

23

202

Somerset

35

26

46

47

125

South East London

81

81

132

48

366

South Gloucestershire

6

7

9

56

93

South London

105

130

109

46

297

South Humber

21

61

70

78

358

Southend and Thurrock

12

44

27

87

330

South Wales

149

125

148

123

512

South Yorkshire

172

180

242

51

529

Staffordshire

116

96

91

80

313

Stoke

56

54

50

45

169

Suffolk

46

43

52

11

112

Surrey

20

31

36

10

255

Sussex, East

6

28

34

32

183

Tees Valley

178

149

192

84

478

Thames

89

92

100

65

267

Wakefield

53

49

49

22

234

Warwickshire

10

17

21

16

98

Wessex

114

135

211

145

552

West London

44

47

53

39

270

West Mercia

61

58

59

46

170

West Middlesex and Brent

131

112

122

86

320

West Sussex

7

15

21

23

115

Wiltshire and Swindon

0

19

31

Wirral

56

63

41

37

210

Wrexham

44

38

66

27

131

York and North Yorkshire

69

59

67

40

235

Total

4,705

4,960

5,568

3,830

19,063

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