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Sir Gerald Kaufman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department when he plans to reply to the letter of 15 September 2009 from the right hon. Member for Manchester, Gorton with regard to Mr. T. Khan. 
Mr. Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many applications for (a) new passports and (b) renewal of passports were submitted to the passport office in Belfast in each year since 2005. 
Lady Hermon: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many police officers from each force provided training in Libya in each of the last five years; and what training roles such officers undertook. 
2004: three police officers and one member of police staff from West Yorkshire police delivered a three-week programme on drugs investigation. This was part of a project coordinated by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime;
2008: one police officer from South Wales police delivered a two-week Major Incident Command Programme organised by the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA);
2008: two police staff members of the NPIA delivered a two-week forensic awareness training programme;
2009: two police officers (one seconded to the NPIA) from the Police Service of Northern Ireland delivered a three-week Silver Command and Control Programme.
Philip Davies: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how much has been spent from the Preventing Violent Extremism Community Leadership Fund in each category of expenditure in each year since its inception. 
|Community Leadership Fund|
|(1)Allocations for 2009-10, of which the following funding has been released so far: Capacity building-£438,835.00 Supporting young people-£151,000.00 Supporting women-£174,427.00 Local forums-£18,925.00 Supporting faith leaders-£96,050.00 Total-£879,237.00|
John Austin: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what estimate he has made of the effect on demand for the sex industry in London arising from the number of tourists expected to attend the London 2012 Olympics. 
Mr. Alan Campbell [holding answer 19 October 2009]: No such estimate has been made at this time. However, we remain vigilant and have measures in place to deal with any potential increase in the demand for prostitution as a result of the Olympics. We are assessing intelligence on a quarterly basis through the Olympics Organised Crime Threat Assessment, which includes prostitution.
Mr. Alan Campbell: We do not hold statistics in relation to the spread of violent extremism on the internet-data collected on terrorism prosecutions do not differentiate between online and off-line actions and we are unable accurately to separate all web based terrorism prosecutions from other terrorism prosecutions, in which the internet may have played a part.
Chris Grayling: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many (a) UK Border Agency IT systems and (b) services outsourced by the UK Border Agency are (i) provided and (ii) supported by companies employing fewer than five people. 
Chris Grayling: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what mechanisms are used by the UK Border Agency to review for benchmarking purposes the costs of (a) IT (i) systems and (ii) services, (b) finance and payroll services and (c) building management services; and if he will place in the Library copies of the reports of such reviews. 
Alan Johnson: The UK Border Agency, with the rest of the Home Office, is currently participating in a Government wide exercise to benchmark corporate services under the Operational Efficiency Programme. The Government will publish this information in due course.
In addition, the UK Border Agency also receives services, including IT and estates, from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office for Agency staff located overseas. Following the transfer of HMRC staff to the Border Agency, shared services for IT, estates, payroll and HR transactional activities continue to be provided to those staff on a transitional basis.
Professional and Administrative Services
Personal Protective Items/Equipment
Professional Services (Building)
Chris Huhne: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many and what percentage of (a) standard checks and (b) enhanced checks undertaken by the Criminal Records Bureau were the subject of a dispute by (i) the applicant and (ii) an employer in each year since 1997. 
Alan Johnson [holding answer 12 October 2009]: The table details the number checks undertaken by the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) which were the subject of a dispute since the launch of the disclosure service in 2002.
|Total number of disputes||Total number of disclosures issued||Percentage of disputes|
The record relates to someone with the same details as the applicant and based on the information available the CRB was unable to dissociate the applicant from the record.
Where locally held information is released the applicant feels it is either inaccurate, misleading or is otherwise inaccurate in the opinion of the applicant and as a result the police agree to amend the information.
Where someone has had their identity stolen or cloned.
Chris Huhne: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many applications for a (a) standard and (b) enhanced check have been made to the Criminal Records Bureau by people on List 99 in each year since 1997. 
Alan Johnson [holding answer 12 October 2009]: The following table illustrates the number of applications made for standard and enhanced checks to the Criminal Records Bureau by people on List 99 since the bureau's inception in 2002.
|Financial year disclosure issued( 1)||Standard disclosure||Enhanced disclosure||Total List 99 matches|
|(1) April to March.|
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