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Mr. Wills: The Government conducted a public consultation between 25 October 2007 and 1 February 2008 to seek views on which bodies might be included within the scope of the Freedom of Information Act by way of a section 5 order. The Traffic Penalty Tribunal was not nominated as part of this consultation, and so has not been considered for inclusion in the first section 5 order. However, the Government made clear in their response to the consultation published on 16 July 2009 that the first section 5 order would be an initial step, and that the extension of the Act would be kept under review.
Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO)
financial Ombudsman Service
To ask the Secretary of State for Justice pursuant to the answer of 16 March 2010, Official Report, column 836W, on victim support schemes: York, how much funding was provided for victim support schemes at all North Yorkshire magistrates' courts, including
those in York, in 2008-09; and how many people were supported by such schemes in that year. 
Justine Greening: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice pursuant to the answer of 14 July 2009, Official Report, columns 261-62W, on young offenders: sports, what percentage of (a) 12, (b) 13, (c) 14, (d) 15, (e) 16, (f) 17, (g) 18 and (h) 19 years old in each young offender institution were detained within (i) 20, (ii) 30 and (iii) 40 miles away from their homes in each year since 2002. 
Maria Eagle: The following tables show the percentage of 15 to 19-year-old male and female offenders in young offender institutions (YOIs) who were detained within 20 miles, 30 miles and 40 miles of their home area, as of September 2005 through September to 2008. Information for 2009 has been extracted as of May. Data before September 2005 are not available. Those aged 12 to 14 are not held in YOIs.
All prisoners are asked for details of their home address on first reception to prison and on discharge from prison. About 60 per cent. of prisoners (both male and female) are shown to have given a recognised address. If no address is given, various proxies are used to determine distance from home, including next-of-kin address and committal court address.
|Closeness to home of young offenders aged between 15-19 held in young offender institutions between 2005 and 2009|
|Male YOIs (as of Sept ember 2005)|
|Percentage of 15-year-olds held within||Percentage of 16-year-olds held within||Percentage of 17-year-olds held within||Percentage of 18-year-olds held within||Percentage of 19-year-olds held within|
|20 miles||30 miles||40 miles||20 miles||30 miles||40 miles||20 miles||30 miles||40 miles||20 miles||30 miles||40 miles||20 miles||30 miles||40 miles|
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