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Mr. Garnier: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many prison service employees were convicted of offences in each of the last 10 years for which figures are available, broken down by (a) offence, (b) length of sentence following conviction and (c) grade of employee. 
Currently information is not held centrally to answer the question to the level of detail required and could be obtained only by contacting
each public sector prison establishment, headquarters group and outstation, which would incur a disproportionate cost. However, the Government plan to develop a shared service centre which, when fully live, will have improved IT capability that will enable us to produce accurate reports on information such as disciplinary action taken following receipt of a criminal conviction.
|Foreign national prisoners held in prisons in England and Wales June 2002-06|
|Foreign national prisoners||British nationals||Not recorded||All prisoners|
Mrs. Gillan: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many prisoners in each prison in Wales are registered as having a drug or alcohol problem; and how many are engaged in a rehabilitation course. 
|Wales prisons||Clinical interventions( 1)||CARATs( 2 ) (assessments)||Drug rehabilitation programme starts( 3)|
|n/a = not available. (1) Clinical intervention may involve detoxification or maintenance. (2) Counselling, assessments, referral, advice and throughcare. CARAT assessments used as a proxy measure of engagement. (3) Entrants to intensive rehabilitation programmes are referred by CARAT teams.|
Mr. Hanson: There was no formal report informing the closure of the 12 Step Programme at HMP Swansea. The decision was reached after detailed discussions between the Governor of HMP Swansea and the Wales Area Drug Co-ordinator, with support from the National Drug Programme Delivery Unit (NDPDU). A key factor involved in the decision was the NDPDU audit reports. Copies of which I have placed in the Library of the House.
clinical services are available in all local and remand prisons, including alcohol detoxification (see following list 1);
Counselling, Assessment, Referral, Advice and Throughcare (CARAT) services are available in all prisons with the exception of HMP Blantyre House. CARAT teams provide support to those where alcohol is part of a multiple drug misuse problem;
the substance misuse service for 16 to 18-year-olds provides support for those with an alcohol problem (see following list 2);
intensive drug rehabilitation programmes are run in 102 prisons (see following list 3,);
Alcoholics Anonymous run groups in approximately 60 per cent. of prisonsthe list of prisons is not held centrally and I will write to the hon. Member and place a copy of the list in the Library of the House; and
intensive alcohol rehabilitation programmes are currently being piloted at HMP Bullingdon and HMP Featherstone.
HMP Cookham Wood
HMP Eastwood Park
HMP/YOI Lancaster Farms
HMP/YOI New Hall
HMP/YOI Stoke Heath
HMP/YOI Thorn Cross
HMP/YOI Warren Hill
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