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Jenny Willott: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many and what proportion of the prison population were serving an indeterminate sentence in each year since their introduction, in each secure accommodation site; and if he will make a statement. [179098]

Mr. Hanson: The following table shows the number and proportion of prisoners serving sentences of imprisonment for public protection in each prison establishment as at 30 June in 2006 and 2007. Although sentences of imprisonment for public protection were introduced in April 2005, figures are not given for 30 June 2005 as there were very few sentenced prisoners serving these sentences at this time.

These figures have been drawn from administrative IT systems, which, as with any large-scale recording system, are subject to possible errors with data entry and processing.


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IPP population as at 30 June, by establishment and year
June 2006 June 2007
Number of IPPs Percentage of total population Number of IPPs Percentage of total population

Total IPP population

1,100

1

2,900

4

Altcourse

35

4

50

5

Aylesbury

15

3

90

20

Bedford

20

4

15

3

Belmarsh

20

2

45

5

Birmingham

45

3

75

5

Blakenhurst

35

3

50

5

Bristol

20

3

30

5

Brixton

20

2

45

6

Bullingdon

15

2

35

4

Cardiff

25

3

55

8

Castington

15

4

30

8

Chelmsford

15

3

30

4

Doncaster

40

3

50

4

Durham

35

4

70

7

Elmley

20

2

15

1

Exeter

20

4

30

6

Feltham

15

3

30

5

Forest Bank

20

2

35

3

Gartree

20

4

90

16

Highdown

10

2

40

5

Holloway

10

2

10

2

Holme House

10

1

50

5

Hull

25

3

45

4

Lancaster Farms

25

5

20

4

Leeds

35

3

60

6

Leicester

10

2

10

3

Lincoln

15

4

10

2

Liverpool

35

3

80

6

Low Newton

10

3

15

7

Manchester

45

3

105

9

Norwich

20

2

35

6

Nottingham

30

6

40

7

Parc

25

3

45

4

Parkhurst

30

6

135

27

Pentonville

15

1

50

4

Peterborough

10

1

30

3

Preston

25

4

45

6

Swaleside

10

1

150

20

Swansea

20

4

25

6

Swinfen Hall

25

4

90

14

Wakefield

10

2

35

5

Wandsworth

15

1

75

5

Winchester

35

5

25

5

Woodhill

30

4

30

4

Wormwood Scrubs

15

1

30

2

Notes:
1. Total IPP population includes all establishments, however, the breakdown only includes those establishments with 10 or more IPPs in each year.
2. Total population figures have been rounded to nearest 100; figures at establishment level are rounded to nearest 5.

Jenny Willott: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many and what proportion of the prison population are being detained as a result of probation recall in (a) total and (b) each region; and if he will make a statement. [179100]

Mr. Hanson: The following table shows the number and proportion of recalled prisoners in prison establishments in England and Wales as at 30 November 2007:


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Recall population As a percentage of the total prison population

North East

394

10

North West

594

7

Yorkshire and Humberside

539

8

Wales

117

8

West Midlands

513

8

East Midlands

699

8

Eastern

428

7

South West

492

8

South Central

329

5

London

333

6

Kent and Sussex

208

4

High Security

222

4

Contracted Prisons

540

6

Total

5,407

7

Notes:
1. The total prison population includes the remand population (untried and convicted unsentenced), sentenced prison population (including fine defaulters) and non-criminal prisoners.
2. These figures have been drawn from administrative IT systems, which, as with any large scale recording system, are subject to possible errors with data entry and processing.

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