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Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many (a) vehicle thefts and (b) domestic burglaries there were in (i) Southampton, (ii) Test Valley Borough and (iii) the ceremonial county of Hampshire in each of the last five years. 
Mr. Alan Campbell: The available information is given in the following tables and relates to the Southampton and Test Valley Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership (CDRP) areas and the Hampshire police force area.
|Table 1: Offences of theft of a vehicle recorded by the police. 2003-04 to 2007-08|
|Number of offences|
|Table 2: Offences of domestic burglary recorded by the police. 2003-04 to 2007-08|
|Number of offences|
|Number of registered sex offenders in Essex|
Mr. Sheerman: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many schools constructed under the Building Schools for the Future programme have been the subject of a post-occupancy evaluation. 
Jim Knight: The Strategic Partnering Agreement between a local authority and their private sector partner (PSP) requires the PSP to carry out an evaluation of every school that is built one year after opening in order to demonstrate customer satisfaction. The methodology is to use the DQI-design quality indicator in use' tool to capture customer views.
All major school projects, including those constructed within Building Schools for the Future, are required to undergo an environmental assessment using BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method). This method now includes a post-construction review which compares an assessment of the environmental impact of the school as constructed against impact as designed.
DCSF and Partnerships for Schools are exploring what other data it would be useful to collect, particularly 'hard' environmental data to evaluate how schools are performing against the 60 per cent. carbon reduction target. PfS is planning to pilot the broader approach before the end of the current financial year.
Tim Loughton: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families in which schools more than 2 per cent. of pupils were children in care in the latest period for which figures are available. 
The Departments main source of information on children in care is the Children Looked After Survey, but this does not record which schools pupils attend. However, information on whether a pupil is in care is also collected via the School Census. The most recent census data relate to January 2008.
This census shows that there were 34,390 pupils aged five to 19 attending primary, secondary and special schools classed as being in care as at January 2008. Data published by the Department as SFR 23/2008: Children looked after in England (including adoption and care leavers) year ending 31 March 2008, show 47,600 children aged between five and 19 as being looked after as at 31 March 2008. However the School Census does not cover all looked after children; information is not collected for pupils in alternative provision, including pupil referral units, FE colleges, voluntary provision and those not in education or training. These differences in coverage will explain the different counts to an extent, but it is possible that the School Census undercounts the number of looked after children in primary, secondary and special schools.
Tim Loughton: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families whether any of the Ofsted inspectors who undertook the recent inspection of Haringey child protection services took part in the (a) 2007 Annual Performance Assessment and (b) 2006 Joint Area Review. 
Mrs. Dorries: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many children were on the Child Protection Register in each region in each year since 1997; and if he will make a statement. 
|Children who were the subject of a Child Protection Plan (CPP)( 1, 2) , years at 31 March 1997 to 2008, coverage: Government Office Region in England|
|England||North East||North West||Yorkshire and the Humber||East Midlands||West Midlands||East of England||London||South East||South West|
|n/a = Not available.|
(1) England figures are rounded to the nearest 100. Government Office Region figures are rounded to the nearest 5.
(2) Figures include unborn children.
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