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Mr. Coaker: The Home Office is the lead department responsible for reducing all crime, including youth crime, and tackling anti-social behaviour. We work closely with other Government Departments, including the Department for Children, Schools and Families on parenting interventions, youth crime prevention, and early intervention; with the Crown Prosecution Service on prosecuting offences; and with the Ministry of Justice on the courts and the use of custody and other disposals. To do so, we provide funding, guidance and leadership to frontline services, such as the police and local authorities, in partnership with other agencies.
Positive Futures - Around 22,000 young people are currently involved in Positive Futures projects nationwide
Safer Schools Partnerships (SSPs) a joint DCSF/Home Office initiative which provides a successful mechanism for ensuring structured joint working between schools and police - there are now over 500 SSPs across the country.
Youth Offending Team prevention programmes, which are estimated to have engaged with more than 50,000 children and young people at on the cusp of offending and 11,000 parents since 2006. Programmes include:
114 youth inclusion programmes (YIPs), which engage hard-to-reach young people from deprived neighbourhoods who are identified as most at risk of offending through positive activities
220 youth inclusion and support panels (YISPs), which seek to ensure access to mainstream services;
84 parenting support services.
Damian Green: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many (a) removals following a deportation order and (b) administrative removals there were from the United Kingdom in each of the last five years for which figures are available. 
Mr. Byrne: The breakdown has not been available since 2002, but information prior to 2003 has been published in Table 6.2 of the Control of Immigration: Statistics United Kingdom 2006 Command Paper.
Mr. Vara: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department when she plans to answer Question 172036 tabled by the hon. Member for North West Cambridgeshire on 3 December 2007, on the identity card scheme. 
David Davis: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department pursuant to the Prime Minister's statement of 14 November 2007, Official Report, column 670, on national security, on the establishment of a new unit bringing together police and security intelligence and research, what estimate has been made of the cost of the unit; whether it will replace the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre; and what steps have been taken in the establishment of the unit to date. 
Jacqui Smith: The establishment of a new team within JTAC to help support Governments Prevent strategy will enhance the work of JTAC not replace it. The team is in the process of being established and the costs will be met from the Home Office's counter-terrorism budget set out in the recent CSR.
Mr. Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how long it took on average for each of the passport issuing offices in the United Kingdom to process a passport to applicants in 2006. 
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Stewart Hosie: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many passports were processed in regional passport offices per week (a) in the latest year for which figures are available and (b) in each of the previous five years. 
Stewart Hosie: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many passports the Glasgow Passport Office processed per week in peak periods (a) in the latest year for which figures are available and (b) two years previously. 
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