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Chris Huhne: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what detoxification facilities are available in (a) the Josephine Butler Unit at Downview Young Offender Institution (YOI), (b) the Mary Carpenter Unit at Eastwood Park YOI, (c) the Rivendell Unit at New Hall YOI, (d) the Toscanna Unit at Foston Hall YOI, (e) Hassockfield Secure Training Centre (STC), (f) Oakhill STC, (g) Medway STC and (h) Rainsbrook STC. 
Maria Eagle: The Young People's Substance Misuse Service delivers services in all under-18 young offender institutions including the four special units for 17-year-old girls. All young people entering a young offender institution are assessed for substance misuse needs and an appropriate care pathway is developed, specific to the young person's individual needs. Staff at all establishments are able to access NHS facilities or provide appropriate medical treatment.
The health care service provided to young people in secure training centres includes the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of physical and mental disorders, including addiction to drugs, alcohol, smoking and other intoxicating substances. All young people entering an STC are assessed by health care staff and have access to NHS facilities and specialists when clinically required.
Mr. Burrowes: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what percentage of (a) 12, (b) 13, (c) 14, (d) 15, (e) 16, (f) 17, (g) 18 and (h) 19 year-olds who were released from each young offenders institution in each of the last five years re-offended (i) within the first month, (ii) between one and six months, (iii) between six and 12 months and (iv) between 12 and 24 months after release. 
Maria Eagle: Reoffending data are based on offences committed within one year of an offenders' release from custody. Reoffending data covering longer time periods are not collated and therefore the proportion of offenders that reoffended between 12 and 24 months after release are not available.
Juvenile reoffending covers offenders aged 17 and under. A release from custody could be from a secure training centre, a secure children's home or a young offender institution. Data are not broken down by type of release establishment or by individual release establishment.
Table 1 as follows shows the rate of reoffending for each of the last five years for which data are available for offenders in the specified age groups. Those aged 12 through to 15 have been banded due to the small number of offenders in each of the groups.
|Table 1: Number of offenders released from custody aged 12-17, and proportion that committed a reoffence within one year, split by age and date of offence, juveniles, 2003-07|
|Percentage of offenders that committed a reoffence|
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