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|Police force area||Number of transfers (included as part of overall officers leaving the service)||Number of police officers leaving the force with two to less than five years' service||Percentage of police officers leaving with two to less than five years' service|
|(1) Leaving figures include police officers leaving the force within the designated range of years of joining or re-joining the service, due to dismissals (including requirement to resign), voluntary resignations, medical retirements, ordinary retirements, all transfers and all deaths.|
(2) Data for Lancashire were not available in 2002-03.
(3) Data for Leicestershire were not available in 2004-05.
(4) In order to compare data between 2002-03 and 2006-07 Lancashire and Leicestershire have been excluded from the total.
The number of police officer recruits in England and Wales who began residential training in
each of the year from 1999 to 2006 is given in the following table. The new Initial Police Learning and Development Programme commenced in April 2006 and, apart from recruits to the Metropolitan Police Service, negated the requirement for a residential element as training is provided locally.
|(1) Excludes Metropolitan police force, British Transport police, NCS/NSPIS, Channel Island police and non-Home Office police forces|
(2) This figure includes transferees from other forces who underwent residential training
Mr. Ruffley: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many persistent and prolific offenders have been identified in each police force area in each of the last three years for which figures are available. 
Mr. McNulty: Data from the performance management arrangements for the prolific and other priority offender programme (JTrack) provides the number of such offenders identified through partnership arrangements in each police force area. The data are provided in the following table. The data cover the two calendar years 2005 and 2006. Figures for the calendar year 2007 are not yet available for publication.
|Sum of prolific and priority offenders|
|Police force area||At December 2005||At December 2006|
| Notes: 1. Figures represent those PPOs in each area who were known to be members of schemes in December of the year concerned, based on JTrack data. 2. If a PPO belonged to more than one scheme during the December of the year concerned then they would be counted more than once.|
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