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|Worry about crime 2006-07 to 2008-09 BCS for North Wales police force area|
|High level of worry about burglary( 1)||High level of worry about car crime( 2)||High level of worry about violent crime( 3)|
|%||Statistically significant change, on previous year||Unweighted base||%||Statistically significant change, on previous year||Unweighted base||%||Statistically significant change, on previous year||Unweighted base|
|(1) Measure for worry about burglary is the percentage of respondents who say they are 'very worried' about having their home broken into and something stolen.|
(2) Measure for worry about car crime is based on two questions on worry about 'having your car stolen' and 'having things stolen from your car'.
(3) Measure for worry about violent crime is based on a scale constructed from questions on worry about mugging, rape, physical attack by a stranger and racially motivated assault.
(4) Sample sizes for 2008-09 BCS are not of sufficient size to produce robust estimates at the level of PFA.
|Offences of burglary recorded by the police in Birmingham, 2005-06 to 2008-09|
|Burglary in a dwelling||Burglary other||Total burglary|
James Brokenshire: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what funding his Department has allocated to (a) the Tackling Knives Action Programme and (b) the Tackling Gangs Action Programme for (i) 2009-10 and (ii) 2010-11. 
Mr. Alan Campbell: In March 2009 the Home Office committed £5 million to Phase II of the Tackling Knives and Serious Youth Violence Action Programme (TKAP) for 2009-10, to address serious youth violence within the 13-24 age range. Further funding of £2 million has been made available since then. No announcement has been made on plans for 2010-11.
The Tackling Gangs Action Programme (TGAP) was a six-month intensive programme of work launched in September 2007, which ended in March 2008. No funding was therefore provided to TGAP during the periods stipulated in the question.
Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department which (a) 10 police forces and (b) basic command units recorded the (i) largest reductions in crime and disorder rates in the last 10 years and (ii) lowest overall crime rates in the latest period for which figures are available. 
Table 2 gives the 10 Basic Command Units with the highest comparable decreases over the same period. Many forces have re-organised their Basic Command Units over time which means that comparisons for those BCUs affected are not possible.
|Table 1: 10 police forces with the largest percentage decrease in total recorded crime between 2002-03 and 2008-09|
|Police force area||Percentage decrease|
|Table 2: 10 Basic Command Units with the largest comparable percentage decrease in total recorded crime between 2002-03 and 2008-09|
|Basic Command Unit||Percentage decrease|
|Table 3: 10 police forces with the lowest rates per 1,000 population for total recorded crime-2008-09|
|Police force area||Rate per 1,000 population|
|Table 4: 10 Basic Command Units with the lowest rates per 1,000 population for total recorded crime-2008-09|
|Basic Command Unit||Rate per 1,000 population|
Chris Grayling: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how much has been spent on crime awareness campaigns in universities in England and Wales in each of the last five years. 
|(1) To date.|
Chris Grayling: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many (a) muggings and (b) snatch thefts of mobile telephones were recorded in (i) London and (ii) England and Wales in each year since 1998-99. 
The information requested is not centrally available from the Home Office as muggings is a popular rather than legal term and aggregate returns from police
forces are based on criminal offences. The aggregate returns also do not include details of items stolen.
Mr. Godsiff: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many crimes involving the use of a knife were recorded by police in Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath constituency in the last three years. 
Mr. Alan Campbell: The Home Office collects data on knife and sharp instrument offences via a special additional data collection. Data are collected at force level only so data are not available for Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath constituency.
Mr. Godsiff: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) how many recorded incidents of robbery there were (a) in total and (b) per head in Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath constituency in the last three years; 
(2) how many incidents of causing death by careless driving when under the influence of drink or drugs by 16 to 24 year olds there were in Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath constituency in each of the last three years. 
4.4-causing death by dangerous driving;
4.6-causing death by careless driving under influence of drink or drugs; and
4.8-causing death by careless or inconsiderate driving.
Additionally, data on offences of causing death by careless driving when under the influence of drink or drugs cannot be broken down by age of suspect, so data provided are for the total of these offences recorded in Birmingham CDRP.
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