To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what funding the Government have provided to sexual assault referral centres in each year since their introduction. 
Mr. Alan Campbell:
Although sexual assault referral centres (SARCs) are primarily resourced at a local level in order to ensure sustainability, the Government have supported the establishment and development of the SARC network through a series of grants since 2003-04.
Based on the best available information, the approximated total of grants awarded to sexual assault referral centres since 2003-04 is set out in the following table.
Home Office SARC funding.
Terrorism: Crime Prevention
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department pursuant to the answer of 24 February 2009, Official Report, column 695W, on terrorism, (1) what proportion of the £2.5 billion counter-terrorism and intelligence budget is accounted for by the counter-terrorism strategy; 
(2) what estimate she has made of the counter-terrorism and intelligence budget in (a) 2009-10 and (b) 2010-11, broken down by the proportion to be spent on the counter-terrorism strategy in each year. 
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Comprehensive Spending Review. It is forecast to rise from £2.5 billion in 2008-09 to £3.5 billion in 2010-11. This budget is wider than just expenditure on the Government's counter-terrorism strategy, CONTEST. Breaking down this budget by specific counter-terrorism and intelligence activities, beyond what is published already, would reveal our capabilities and details of the security and intelligence agencies spending. It has been the policy of successive governments not to reveal these details.
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department when the Statistical Bulletin on Terrorism Arrests and Outcomes, 11 September 2001 to 31 March 2008 will be published; and what the reasons are for the time taken. 
The Statistical Bulletin on Terrorism Arrests and Outcomes will be published when ongoing checks to ensure data quality ahead of publication are complete.
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department (a) how many and (b) what percentage of record checks processed by the Criminal Records Bureau were completed (i) within (A) 10, (B) 14, (C) 25, (D) 60 and (ii) in over 60 days in each police force area in 2008-09. 
The Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) operates to a set of published service standards (PSS) which are to issue 90 per cent. of standard disclosures within 10 days and 90 per cent. of enhanced disclosures within 28 days.
The targets mentioned above are not CRB targets for completion of a disclosure but part of an internal service level agreement (SLA) in place between the CRB and the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO). This SLA has been agreed by ACPO on behalf of the 43 local police forces in England and Wales and the time taken by each force to complete their part of the enhanced disclosure process is measured against these targets. By meeting these targets the police forces directly affect the CRB's ability to meet the PSS for enhanced disclosures.
The following table illustrates the number of checks completed by each police force in 10 days, 14 days, 25 days, 60 days and over 60 days during 2008-09.