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|(1) The completion rate measure has only been introduced in the last financial year.|
West Yorkshire probation current programmes:
Addressing Substance Related Offending
Drink Impaired Drivers
Thinking Skills Programme
Integrated Domestic Abuse Programme
Internet Sex Offender Treatment Programme
Northumbria Sex Offender Group Programme
Enhanced Thinking Skills Programme
Mr. Stewart Jackson: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what steps his Department is taking to share services, functions and back offices with local authorities as part of the Total Place initiative. 
Mr. Wills: The Ministry of Justice is not taking steps to share services, functions and back offices with local authorities as part of the Total Place initiative. However, the Department is supportive of any local partners' decisions on sharing services, functions or back offices to make efficiency savings where they deem it appropriate. The Government's report on Total Place will be published alongside Budget 2010.
Bridget Prentice: Tables showing the numbers of claims leading to orders being made for the repossession of property by mortgage lenders and landlords in England and Wales by Government Office Region for 2005 to 2009 are shown as follows. The figures are based on the physical locations of the properties which were the subject of the court actions.
These figures represent the numbers of claims leading to orders being made. This counting basis is more accurate than the number of orders made, because it removes the double-counting of instances where a single claim leads to more than one order. It is also a more meaningful measure of the number of homeowners who are subject to court repossession actions.
Statistics on mortgage and landlord possession claims in the county courts of England and Wales broken down by region, local authority and court, are published by the Ministry of Justice on a quarterly basis on the Ministry's website at:
|Table 1: Number of mortgage( 1) possession claims leading to orders made( 2,)( )( 3,)( )( 4,)( )( 5) for properties in England and Wales by Government Office Regions (GOR)( 6) , 2005-09|
|Quarter||East||East Midlands||London||North East||North West||South East||South West||Wales||West Midlands||Yorkshire and the Humber||Not identified||Total|
|(1) Includes all types of mortgage lenders.|
(2) The number of claims that lead to an order includes all claims in which the first order, whether outright or suspended, is made during the period.
(3) The court, following a judicial hearing, may grant an order for possession immediately. This entitles the claimant to apply for a warrant to have the defendant evicted. However, even where a warrant for possession is issued, the parties can still negotiate a compromise to prevent eviction.
(4) Includes outright and suspended orders, the latter being where the court grants the claimant possession but suspends the operation of the order. Provided the defendant complies with the terms of suspension, which usually require the defendant to pay the current mortgage or rent instalments plus some of the accrued arrears, the possession order cannot be enforced.
(5) All figures are rounded to the nearest 5.
(6) The figures represent the location of the property within each Government Office Region as opposed to the location of the court where the orders were made.
Ministry of Justice
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