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The Attorney-General and I maintain an active overview of the performance of the CPS, and carefully consider all representations received. In addition to the CPS published Performance Management Information, HM Crown Prosecution Inspectorate reports to the Attorney-General on particular aspects of CPS performance and on its regular inspections
of each CPS area. To ensure that we have an opportunity to discuss any performance issues, as well as wider policy questions, we have frequent meetings with the DPP and chief executive. The CPS has, of course, a full complaints procedure, which the Attorney-General oversees, and MPs have the opportunity to raise with me any aspect of the CPS performance which causes them concern.
|Total cost of overnight accommodation (£)|
|(1) This includes some night subsistence and other allowances, which cannot be readily separated from the costs of overnight accommodation.|
David Simpson: To ask the Solicitor-General how many people aged over (a) 55 and (b) 60 years were recruited by her Department in 2007-08; and what percentage in each case this was of the number of new recruits. 
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Chris Huhne: To ask the Solicitor-General how many security passes have been reported (a) lost and (b) stolen by staff in (i) the Attorney-Generals Office and (ii) the agency sponsored by the Office in each year since 2001. 
|Attorney-Generals Office( 1)||Treasury Solicitors Department( 2)||Crown Prosecution Service||Revenue and Customs Prosecutions Office( 3)||HM Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate( 4)||Serious Fraud Office|
|(1) Prior to 2007, this was recorded by the Treasury Solicitors Department.|
(2) Figures are not available before August 2005.
(3) Revenue and Customs Prosecutions Office (RCPO) came into being on 18 April 2005 and until November 2007, the control of building security passes was the responsibility of HM Revenue and Customs. RCPO does not have access to their records.
(4) HMCPSI figures are calculated for 2006-07 and 2007-08.
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