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|Table 2: Number of penalty notices for disorder (PNDs) issued to offenders aged 16 and over for the offence 'Wasting Police Time' in England and Wales, 2004 to 20071,2|
|(1) Every effort is made to ensure that the figures presented are accurate and complete. However, it is important to note that these data have been extracted from large administrative data systems generated by the police forces. As a consequence, care should be taken to ensure data collection processes and their inevitable limitations are taken into account when those data are used.|
( 2) The Penalty Notice for Disorder Scheme commenced in 2004.
Evidence and Analysis Unit - Office for Criminal Justice Reform, Ministry of Justice
Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many probation staff, excluding trainee probation officers, were in post in the Probation Service in the ceremonial county of Hampshire on 31 December 2007. 
Maria Eagle: There were 249 full-time equivalent (FTE) staff on 31 December 2007 (based on the December FTE payroll report) for the ceremonial county of Hampshire (i.e. excluding the Isle of Wight). There were an additional 31 trainee probation officers (FTE) in post.
Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many probation staff, excluding trainee probation officers, were in post in the Probation Service in the ceremonial county of Hampshire on 31 December 1997. 
Prior to 2003, workforce information pertaining to the Probation Service was collected by the Home Office RDS Unit and published in an annual
Probation Statistics Report. The information available from that time does not enable us to extract data for a particular probation area or job group within that area.
Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) how many probation staff, excluding trainee probation officers, were in post in the Probation Service in England and Wales on 31 December 2007; 
|Staff in post excluding trainees|
| Note: Figures shown as full-time equivalents.|
Michael Fabricant: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many (a) probation staff and (b) trainee probation officers he expects will be made redundant in Staffordshire probation area in (i) 2009-10 and (ii) 2010-12. 
The position regarding the seven trainee probation officers due to qualify in October 2009 is currently uncertain. At this stage, no probation posts have been identified as being at risk and no formal notice of redundancy has been issued.
Lembit Öpik: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many convictions for road traffic offences relating to the use of personal transporters there were in the calendar years (a) 2001, (b) 2002, (c) 2003, (d) 2004, (e) 2005, (f) 2006, (g) 2007, (h) 2008 and (i) 2009 to date; how many pending prosecutions are outstanding; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Woodward: The following table shows how much the Northern Ireland Office, including the Public Prosecution Service Northern Ireland, and excluding its agencies and NDPBs has spent on bottled water in each of the last six months.
Gregory Barker: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much (a) electricity and (b) gas was used (i) on his Department's estate and (ii) by his Department's agencies in each year from 2004-05 to 2008-09. 
Gregory Barker: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much was spent on energy efficiency measures for his Department's estate in each year from 2004 to 2009; what assessment has been made of the effectiveness of that expenditure; and what plans he has for future energy efficiency measures. 
We have however taken a number of steps in our various buildings to improve energy efficiency, including; increasing staff awareness, switch off campaigns, upgrading building management systems, adoption of a Green IT strategy, investment in generating energy from renewable sources, purchase of green electricity, installation of a CHP system, and fitting out some buildings to encompass energy efficiency measures as defined in the 2006 Building Regulations Technical Booklet Part FConservation of Fuel and Power (NT).
Mr. Woodward: The finance system of the Northern Ireland Office (NIO) does not break down advertising expenditure in the detail requested therefore these figures could only be provided at disproportionate cost.
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John McDonnell: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland which (a) sections of his Department and (b) non-departmental public bodies for which he is responsible have requested money saved from efficiency savings to be used for increased pay on their 2009 pay offers to staff. 
Mr. Woodward: With the exception of the Northern Ireland Prison Service (an Executive Agency of the Northern Ireland Office), no sections of the Northern Ireland Office, including the Public Prosecution Service Northern Ireland, or its NDPBs, have requested money saved from efficiency savings to be used for increased pay in their 2009 pay offers to staff.
The Northern Ireland Prison Service agreed a three-year pay and efficiency package which was implemented from 1 April 2007. The agreement was conditional on the delivery of significant efficiency savings over the period and this has been validated by the Prison Service Pay Review Body.
Paul Goggins: The Consultative Group on the Past was announced on 22 June 2007 and launched its report on 28 January 2009. The cost to the public purse since the Group's establishment has been £1.28 million.
Hywel Williams: To ask the Prime Minister what discussions he has had with (a) ministerial colleagues and (b) Welsh Assembly Government Ministers on his draft legislative programme for 2009-10 prior to its publication; and if he will make a statement. 
The Prime Minister: I and my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Wales (Peter Hain) have regular meetings and discussions with ministerial colleagues and others on a wide range of subjects, including on the legislative programme.
Mr. Hands: To ask the Prime Minister on what occasions since June 2007 he has met (a) President Václav Klaus of the Czech Republic, (b) President Lech Kaczynski of Poland and (c) President Dmitri Medvedev of the Russian Federation. 
I last met President Václav Klaus on 8 November 2007 in London. I last met President Lech Kaczynski at the European Council meeting on 18-19 June 2009 in Brussels. I last met President Dmitri Medvedev at the G20 summit on 1 April 2009 in London.
Lynne Jones: To ask the Prime Minister what the (a) name, (b) job title and (c) date of appointment to post is of each member of staff providing support to the Intelligence and Security Committee. 
The Prime Minister: The current Clerk of the Intelligence and Security Committee is Emma-Louise Avery, a Cabinet Office senior civil servant appointed through open competition in January 2006. The Clerk is supported in her duties by a deputy and three assistants. Administrative support is provided by an office manager and a personal secretary. It is established practice not to disclose the personal details of staff appointments below the senior civil service.
Mr. Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland what his Departments (a) target and (b) actual performance for the time taken to respond to correspondence was in the most recent period for which figures are available. 
Ann McKechin: For these purposes the Scotland Office sits within the corporate framework of the Ministry of Justice. I refer the hon. Member to the answer given by my right hon. Friend the Member for North Swindon (Mr. Wills) on 19 June 2009, Official Report, column 540W.
Mr. Don Foster: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland whether any full-time equivalent members of staff in his Department are working on projects relating to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. 
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