2011 
 JanuaryFebruaryMarchTotal hours

Barking and Dagenham

2,329.67

2,568.15

2,772.42

24,932.20

Barnet

2,816.25

2,940.83

3,171.32

42,405.20

Bexley

2,713.57

2,642.60

2,793.58

31,576.68

Brent

4,933.67

5,307.00

5,394.58

56,153.30

Bromley

5,132.33

5,069.93

5,997.78

59,803.42

Camden

1,699.08

1,714.77

1,733.67

25,006.42

Croydon

4,497.93

4,008.42

3,382.52

49,205.10

Ealing

6,050.02

5,131.60

5,791.13

66,839.25

Enfield

4,197.57

4,599.05

4,539.93

60,002.20

Greenwich

5,465.63

5,484.62

6,385.08

68,459.55

Hackney

3,759.75

3,976.85

3,892.62

40,493.23

Hammersmith

2,338.42

2,081.42

2,330.20

24,455.87

Haringey

5,138.35

5,066.10

5,658.47

57,611.52

Harrow

2,223.25

2,159.52

2,318.75

24,712.93

Havering

5,251.00

5,402.38

5,578.95

59,058.08

Hillingdon

3,004.08

3,777.50

3,644.75

40,361.18

Hounslow

3,694.67

3,584.48

4,100.48

43,319.70

Islington

2,744.83

3,018.35

3,526.03

34,103.72

Kensington

1,080.67

1,192.00

1,376.75

18,208.33

Kingston

1,714.62

1,570.87

1,792.97

19,601.97

Lambeth

6,654.53

7,004.38

8,520.35

82,847.53

Lewisham

4,201.88

4,357.78

5,333.63

51,099.75

Merton

4,809.00

4,826.32

5,496.63

54,247.73

Newham

5,503.73

5,575.05

6,406.12

71,522.00

Redbridge

3,320.48

3,306.32

4,532.00

35,379.55

Richmond

932.05

1,054.15

1,031.55

12,528.55

Southwark

3,793.88

4,045.77

4,761.82

49,067.77

Sutton

1,578.58

1,405.12

2,013.48

18,002.52

Tower Hamlets

3,370.53

3,411.20

4,104.88

39,272.12

Waltham Forest

3,889.55

3,448.58

3,951.00

40,269.23

Wandsworth

1,845.67

1,875.25

1,638.37

23,517.20

Westminster

994.08

1,231.28

1,350.73

12,976.12

Total

111,679.33

112,837.63

125,322.55

1,337,039.92

Personal Injury: Compensation

Andrew Stephenson: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) with reference to his Department's recent consultation on fixed recoverable costs which ran between 19 November 2012 and 4 January 2013; if he will consider the recommendation of the Secondary Legislation Committee of the House of Lords not to hold future consultations over the Christmas and New Year period; [139586]

(2) what research his Department undertook in order to ascertain the cost of other marketing arrangements for solicitors' firms in the personal injury sector for the purposes of calculating the reduction in fixed recoverable costs as part of the road traffic accident portal; [139587]

(3) what research his Department undertook in order to ascertain the average referral fees paid in personal injury cases for the purposes of calculating the

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reduction in fixed recoverable costs as part of the road traffic accident portal; [139588]

(4) when he intends to publish the impact assessment of the potential effects on affected groups of introducing fixed recoverable costs in personal injury claims. [139589]

Mrs Grant: The information is as follows:

PQ 139586

The recommendation made by the House of Lords Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee was in response to the publication of the Consultation Principles in July 2012. As such, it is a matter for the Cabinet Office which will respond in due course.

The Committee is particularly concerned about consultations which take place primarily over the Christmas and new year period. The consultation on fixed recoverable costs ran from 19 November 2012 to 4 January 2013 and, therefore, the majority of it took place before this period.

PQs 139587 and 139588

For the purposes of these calculations, the Ministry of Justice did not commission any additional external research into either the cost of other marketing arrangements or the average referral fee paid. With regard to the latter, information on referral fees was provided in the impact assessment on Referral Fees in Personal Injury Claims which is available on the Department's website at:

http://www.justice.gov.uk/legislation/bills-and-acts/acts/legal-aid-and-sentencing-act/laspo-background-information

Evidence for the proposals was also gathered through a call for evidence conducted in early 2012; ongoing stakeholder engagement at ministerial and official level; and further consultations on specific aspects of the planned changes.

PQ 139589

I refer my hon. Friend to the answer I gave him on 7 January 2013, Official Report, column 162W.

Probation

Sadiq Khan: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) how many probation trusts in England and Wales (a) exceeded and (b) failed to meet their performance targets in each year since the introduction of the trusts; [136483]

(2) what the (a) targets and (b) achievement against targets for each probation trust in England and Wales were in each year since the introduction of the trusts. [136484]

Jeremy Wright: At the start of the 2010-11 financial year all of the former probation boards had completed the transition to trust status. The tables showing actual

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performance against the targets in trusts' contracts for the years 2010-11 and 2011-12 will be placed in the Library of the House. For each indicator the table also shows the number of trusts that met or did not meet the relevant target.

I am sorry that the right hon. Gentleman has had to wait for a reply to these questions. The delays are a consequence of the need for officials to compile and quality assure the detailed information presented in the tables.

Performance outturns for 2012-13 will be published in July.

Young Offenders

Sadiq Khan: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) how many people in the Metropolitan police area aged (a) 17, (b) 16, (c) 15, (d) 14, (e) 13, (f) 12, (g) 11 and (h) 10 were found guilty of an offence in each year from 1997 to 2012; [140274]

(2) how many people aged under 18 years old were found guilty of an offence (a) by type of offence, (b) by police authority and (c) in total in each year from 1997 to 2012; [140276]

(3) how many people found guilty of an offence were aged (a) 17, (b) 16, (c) 15, (d) 14, (e) 13, (f) 12, (g) 11 and (h) 10 in each year from 1997 to 2012; [140277]

(4) how many people aged under 18 in the Metropolitan police area were found guilty of an offence in each year from 1997 to 2012; [140278]

(5) how many people in the Metropolitan police area found guilty of an offence in each year from 1997 to 2012 were aged (a) 17, (b) 16, (c) 15, (d) 14, (e) 13, (f) 12, (g) 11 and (h) 10; [140282]

(6) what offences were committed by those people aged under 18 in the Metropolitan police area who were found guilty of that offence in each year from 1997 to 2012. [140284]

Jeremy Wright: The number of juvenile offenders found guilty at all courts, by offence group, in England and Wales, from 1997 to 2011, is shown in Table 1.

The number of juvenile offenders found guilty at all courts, by police force area, in England and Wales, from 1997 to 2011, is shown in Table 2.

The number of juvenile offenders found guilty at all courts, by age in years, England and Wales, from 1997 to 2011, is shown in Table 3.

The number of juvenile offenders found guilty at all courts, by age in years, in the Metropolitan police force area, 1997 to 2011, is shown in Table 4.

The number of juvenile offenders found guilty at all courts, by offence group, in the Metropolitan police force area, 1997 to 2011, is shown in Table 5.

Table 1: Juvenile(1) offenders found guilty at all courts, by offence group, England and Wales, 1997 to 2011(2,3)
Number of offenders
Offence group1997199819992000200120022003

Indictable offences

       

Violence against the person

5,885

6,013

5,982

6,404

6,910

6,871

6,579

Sexual offences

469

467

489

466

510

557

448

Burglary

8,628

8,528

7,804

6,814

6,271

6,418

5,751

Robbery

2,342

2,170

2,044

2,225

2,792

2,807

2,641

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Theft and handling stolen goods

19,578

21,884

22,650

21,003

20,560

18,436

16,538

Fraud and forgery

806

963

1,080

1,017

1,037

979

829

Criminal damage

2,263

2,324

2,691

2,576

2,897

2,910

2,948

Drug offences

1,847

2,749

3,113

3,737

4,341

4,957

5,145

Other (excluding motoring offences)

4,178

4,212

4,345

4,394

4,340

4,442

4,278

Motoring offences

362

423

442

555

647

733

799

Total

46,358

49,733

50,640

49,191

50,305

49,110

45,956

        

Summary offences

       

Offences (excluding motoring offences)

22,036

25,518

27,010

27,737

28,500

28,351

28,745

Motoring offences

10,757

11,255

12,630

14,495

16,725

17,085

17,840

Total

32,793

36,773

39,640

42,232

45,225

45,436

46,585

All offences(5)

79,151

86,506

90,280

91,423

95,530

94,546

92,541

Number of offenders
Offence group20042005200620072008(4)200920102011

Indictable offences

        

Violence against the person

6,906

7,428

7,520

7,679

7,378

6,818

6,395

5,103

Sexual offences

587

554

492

543

517

501

585

492

Burglary

5,934

6,042

6,167

6,131

5,415

5,372

5,138

4,783

Robbery

2,964

3,079

3,701

4,115

3,618

3,610

3,420

3,761

Theft and handling stolen goods

16,797

17,059

16,340

18,220

15,954

14,593

13,557

12,068

Fraud and forgery

783

702

607

681

522

563

544

378

Criminal damage

3,233

3,268

3,669

3,627

2,621

1,900

1,770

1,404

Drug offences

4,478

4,628

4,455

5,264

6,379

6,297

5,911

5,155

Other (excluding motoring offences)

4,617

4,492

4,121

4,193

3,535

4,053

3,994

3,095

Motoring offences

717

569

519

408

325

280

189

152

Total

47,016

47,821

47,591

50,861

46,264

43,987

41,503

36,391

         

Summary offences

        

Offences (excluding motoring offences)

32,188

33,514

34,021

36,728

34,396

31,134

27,356

22,104

Motoring offences

16,986

14,822

12,077

9,852

7,731

6,450

5,024

4,044

Total

49,174

48,336

46,098

46,580

42,127

37,584

32,380

26,148

All offences(5)

96,190

96,157

93,689

97,441

88,391

81,571

73,883

62,539

(1) Aged 10 to 17 years of age. (2) The figures given in the table relate to persons for whom these offences were the principal offences for which they were dealt with. When a defendant has been found guilty of two or more offences it is the offence for which the heaviest penalty is imposed. Where the same disposal is imposed for two or more offences, the offence selected is the offence for which the statutory maximum penalty is the most severe. (3) Every effort is made to ensure that the figures presented are accurate and complete. However, it is important to note that these data have been extracted from large administrative data systems generated by the courts and police forces. As a consequence, care should be taken to ensure data collection processes and their inevitable limitations are taken into account when those data are used. (4) Excludes convictions data for Cardiff magistrates court for April, July, and August 2008. (5)May not sum due to rounding. Source: Justice Statistics Analytical Services—Ministry of Justice.
Table 2: Juvenile(1) offenders found guilty at all courts, by police force area, England and Wales, 1997 to 2011(2,3)
Number of offenders
Police force area1997199819992000200120022003

Avon and Somerset

1,359

1,219

1,399

1,497

1,764

1,675

1,841

Bedfordshire

644

743

777

761

780

712

731

Cambridgeshire

898

889

1,072

957

929

967

1,077

Cheshire

1,362

1,491

1,385

1,490

1,496

1,642

1,588

Cleveland

1,625

1,551

1,515

1,436

1,463

1,461

1,317

Cumbria

1,168

1,168

1,252

1,096

1,098

1,076

1,043

Derbyshire

1,234

1,221

1,283

1,281

1,491

1,551

1,469

Devon and Cornwall

1,298

1,281

1,425

1,684

1,808

1,896

2,004

Dorset

533

696

797

758

791

689

600

Durham

1,474

1,523

1,903

1,816

1,589

1,608

1,315

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Essex

2,201

2,305

2,239

2,275

2,540

2,230

2,086

Gloucestershire

680

611

610

670

757

721

711

Greater Manchester

4,896

5,322

6,105

7,051

7,500

6,923

6,510

Hampshire

2,306

3,253

3,857

3,703

3,614

3,932

3,655

Hertfordshire

817

789

882

1,039

1,095

1,207

1,299

Humberside

1,533

1,634

1,857

1,750

1,718

1,668

1,858

Kent

2,237

2,569

2,465

2,298

2,392

2,321

2,784

Lancashire

2,912

3,105

3,034

3,299

3,219

3,539

3,317

Leicestershire

1,497

1,460

1,437

1,517

1,688

1,776

1,771

Lincolnshire

945

1,071

1,024

970

965

992

971

London, City of

12

5

5

7

10

16

17

Merseyside

2,789

2,780

2,613

3,096

3,142

3,029

3,736

Metropolitan

10,547

12,363

11,713

11,418

13,218

13,127

11,434

Norfolk

986

1,142

1,215

971

1,130

1,049

1,052

North Yorkshire

916

949

1,278

1,200

1,042

1,000

1,094

Northamptonshire

717

981

1,212

1,046

698

462

479

Northumbria

3,960

4,838

5,031

4,515

4,213

4,312

4,385

Nottinghamshire

2,273

2,299

2,403

2,507

2,447

2,308

2,362

South Yorkshire

2,256

2,194

2,546

2,550

2,521

2,685

2,584

Staffordshire

1,468

1,643

1,509

1,543

1,646

1,726

1,818

Suffolk

842

797

933

950

1,073

1,077

1,266

Surrey

679

679

747

815

905

789

819

Sussex

1,328

1,399

1,286

1,490

1,596

1,524

1,650

Thames Valley

1,778

1,764

1,764

2,156

2,542

2,437

2,168

Warwickshire

523

532

592

524

602

530

490

West Mercia

1,163

1,368

1,500

1,503

1,768

1,665

1,516

West Midlands

5,248

5,618

5,831

6,423

6,855

7,004

6,566

West Yorkshire

3,983

4,509

4,944

4,656

4,386

4,262

4,254

Wiltshire

620

847

759

850

878

889

935

        

England

73,707

80,608

84,199

85,568

89,369

88,477

86,572

        

Dyfed Powys

711

788

745

646

714

663

774

Gwent

1,146

1,114

1,240

1,264

1,313

1,232

1,188

North Wales

918

1,028

1,132

1,144

1,174

1,190

1,229

South Wales

2,669

2,968

2,964

2,801

2,960

2,983

2,778

        

Wales

5,444

5,898

6,081

5,855

6,161

6,068

5,969

        

England and Wales(5)

79,151

86,506

90,280

91,423

95,530

94,546

92,541

Number of offenders
Police force area20042005200620072008(4)200920102011

Avon and Somerset

1,695

1,831

2,048

2,250

2,037

1,801

1,752

1,529

Bedfordshire

920

828

763

718

699

673

656

605

Cambridgeshire

927

1,202

1,113

1,128

1,029

1,051

1,009

733

Cheshire

1,588

1,698

1,758

1,681

1,471

1,167

921

757

Cleveland

1,259

1,234

1,325

1,478

1,516

1,489

1,300

1,094

Cumbria

1,119

1,276

1,309

1,340

1,214

1,045

829

733

Derbyshire

1,653

1,658

1,543

1,803

1,686

1,456

1,216

1,038

Devon and Cornwall

2,198

2,120

1,988

2,165

2,023

1,874

1,557

1,256

Dorset

763

885

947

1,019

755

687

602

459

Durham

1,249

1,413

1,387

1,674

1,231

1,115

914

812

Essex

2,502

2,832

2,837

2,798

2,483

2,446

1,975

1,655

Gloucestershire

719

809

833

894

820

650

499

330

Greater Manchester

7,162

7,120

6,468

6,356

5,610

5,109

4,725

3,965

Hampshire

4,022

3,695

3,496

4,073

3,667

3,334

2,953

2,452

Hertfordshire

1,401

1,580

1,517

1,280

1,244

1,176

1,029

1,001

Humberside

2,186

2,165

1,979

2,122

1,909

1,873

1,662

1,419

Kent

2,619

2,623

2,526

2,536

2,228

2,173

2,023

1,889

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Lancashire

2,972

3,248

3,444

3,507

2,999

3,040

2,985

2,335

Leicestershire

1,801

1,846

1,729

1,796

1,436

1,063

1,042

945

Lincolnshire

940

834

726

828

753

726

575

503

London, City of

2

2

5

6

8

3

3

2

Merseyside

3,777

2,971

2,698

2,997

2,705

2,594

2,416

2,164

Metropolitan

11,686

11,652

12,185

13,239

12,801

11,970

12,168

11,461

Norfolk

984

910

1,020

1,099

1,139

975

900

775

North Yorkshire

1,135

1,229

1,229

1,446

1,333

1,240

1,026

875

Northamptonshire

577

404

455

762

787

751

789

613

Northumbria

4,153

4,151

4,267

4,736

4,198

3,722

3,172

2,542

Nottinghamshire

2,105

2,299

2,178

1,956

1,680

1,561

1,428

1,266

South Yorkshire

2,515

2,486

2,295

2,391

2,433

2,198

2,074

1,574

Staffordshire

1,810

1,839

1,667

1,648

1,384

1,081

1,073

732

Suffolk

1,524

1,556

1,487

1,342

1,159

1,103

819

670

Surrey

956

964

980

1,062

984

971

763

648

Sussex

1,955

2,215

2,278

2,522

2,234

2,034

1,922

1,522

Thames Valley

1,986

2,694

2,665

2,704

2,461

2,162

1,857

1,477

Warwickshire

594

595

711

730

596

466

363

248

West Mercia

1,961

2,020

2,069

2,072

1,809

1,509

1,280

942

West Midlands

6,680

5,685

5,485

5,357

4,596

4,044

3,265

2,951

West Yorkshire

5,125

4,998

4,206

4,279

4,163

3,875

3,410

2,515

Wiltshire

954

993

904

749

716

817

726

534

         

England

90,174

90,560

88,520

92,543

83,996

77,024

69,678

59,021

         

Dyfed Powys

642

697

735

711

675

656

574

496

Gwent

1,267

1,090

1,135

1,154

931

853

801

804

North Wales

1,349

1,235

1,145

1,051

1,077

1,093

956

744

South Wales

2,758

2,575

2,154

1,982

1,712

1,945

1,874

1,474

         

Wales

6,016

5,597

5,169

4,898

4,395

4,547

4,205

3,518

         

England and Wales(5)

96,190

96,157

93,689

97,441

88,391

81,571

73,883

62,539

(1) Aged 10 to 17 years of age. (2) The figures given in the table relate to persons for whom these offences were the principal offences for which they were dealt with. When a defendant has been found guilty of two or more offences it is the offence for which the heaviest penalty is imposed. Where the same disposal is imposed for two or more offences, the offence selected is the offence for which the statutory maximum penalty is the most severe. (3) Every effort is made to ensure that the figures presented are accurate and complete. However, it is important to note that these data have been extracted from large administrative data systems generated by the courts and police forces. As a consequence, care should be taken to ensure data collection processes and their inevitable limitations are taken into account when those data are used. (4) Excludes convictions data for Cardiff magistrates court for April, July, and August 2008. (5) May not sum due to rounding. Source: Justice Statistics Analytical Services—Ministry of Justice
Table 3: Juvenile(1) offenders found guilty at all courts, by age in years, England and Wales, 1997 to 2011(2,3)
Number of offenders
Age in years1997199819992000200120022003

10

93

121

160

195

199

178

168

11

330

488

748

759

727

724

714

12

1,103

1,560

1,876

1,921

2,160

1,984

1,904

13

3,005

3,653

4,245

4,501

4,826

4,738

4,612

14

7,096

8,065

9,142

9,539

9,900

9,935

9,564

15

13,121

14,379

15,257

16,095

16,996

16,564

16,522

16

20,813

22,724

22,838

22,944

24,344

24,048

23,660

17

33,590

35,516

36,014

35,469

36,378

36,374

35,397

        

All ages(5)

79,151

86,506

90,280

91,423

95,530

94,546

92,541

Number of offenders
Age in years20042005200620072008(4)200920102011

10

209

152

128

146

84

61

42

34

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11

670

703

591

630

580

381

261

209

12

1,995

2,040

1,999

2,081

1,763

1,465

1,132

825

13

5,066

5,277

4,985

5,260

4,660

3,830

3,326

2,529

14

10,328

10,957

10,867

11,256

10,295

8,873

7,631

6,341

15

17,388

17,992

18,730

19,388

16,818

15,748

14,083

11,233

16

24,918

24,945

24,464

26,104

23,435

21,756

19,948

17,044

17

35,616

34,091

31,925

32,576

30,756

29,457

27,460

24,324

         

All ages(5)

96,190

96,157

93,689

97,441

88,391

81,571

73,883

62,539

(1) Aged 10 to 17 years of age. (2) The figures given in the table relate to persons for whom these offences were the principal offences for which they were dealt with. When a defendant has been found guilty of two or more offences it is the offence for which the heaviest penalty is imposed. Where the same disposal is imposed for two or more offences, the offence selected is the offence for which the statutory maximum penalty is the most severe. (3) Every effort is made to ensure that the figures presented are accurate and complete. However, it is important to note that these data have been extracted from large administrative data systems generated by the courts and police forces. As a consequence, care should be taken to ensure data collection processes and their inevitable limitations are taken into account when those data are used. (4) Excludes convictions data for Cardiff magistrates court for April, July, and August 2008. (5) May not sum due to rounding. Source: Justice Statistics Analytical Services—Ministry of Justice
Table 4: Juvenile(1) offenders found guilty at all courts, by age in years, in the Metropolitan police force area, 1997 to 2011(2,3)
Number of offenders
Age in years1997199819992000200120022003

10

5

8

16

18

14

18

25

11

17

30

62

40

42

51

48

12

79

93

169

142

192

172

151

13

250

330

351

437

507

527

458

14

707

784

1,046

1,070

1,232

1,259

1,089

15

1,459

1,614

1,776

1,855

2,179

2,237

2,104

16

3,147

3,987

3,042

2,932

3,382

3,292

3,068

17

4,883

5,517

5,251

4,924

5,670

5,571

4,491

        

All ages(4)

10,547

12,363

11,713

11,418

13,218

13,127

11,434

Number of offenders
Age in years20042005200620072008200920102011

10

26

5

13

9

12

7

4

1

11

40

28

41

47

35

47

38

36

12

156

118

174

227

157

178

195

148

13

414

443

546

640

574

539

532

518

14

1,199

1,173

1,320

1,590

1,525

1,336

1,308

1,182

15

2,097

2,275

2,466

2,718

2,470

2,397

2,405

2,090

16

3,268

3,226

3,407

3,554

3,437

3,283

3,295

3,183

17

4,486

4,384

4,218

4,454

4,591

4,183

4,391

4,303

         

All ages(4)

11,686

11,652

12,185

13,239

12,801

11,970

12,168

11,461

(1) Aged 10 to 17 years of age. (2) The figures given in the table relate to persons for whom these offences were the principal offences for which they were dealt with. When a defendant has been found guilty of two or more offences it is the offence for which the heaviest penalty is imposed. Where the same disposal is imposed for two or more offences, the offence selected is the offence for which the statutory maximum penalty is the most severe. (3) Every effort is made to ensure that the figures presented are accurate and complete. However, it is important to note that these data have been extracted from large administrative data systems generated by the courts and police forces. As a consequence, care should be taken to ensure data collection processes and their inevitable limitations are taken into account when those data are used. (4) May not sum due to rounding. Source: Justice Statistics Analytical Services—Ministry of Justice
Table 5: Juvenile(1) offenders found guilty at all courts, by offence group, in the Metropolitan police force area, 1997 to 2011(2,3)
Number of offenders
Offence group1997199819992000200120022003

Indictable offences

       

Violence against the person

748

768

774

869

1,080

1,103

889

Sexual offences

51

41

53

39

63

87

70

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Burglary

826

783

700

622

596

590

559

Robbery

668

590

592

707

988

865

784

Theft and handling stolen goods

2,266

2,529

2,558

2,281

2,364

2,248

1,894

Fraud and forgery

123

125

170

157

222

214

170

Criminal damage

237

244

348

286

249

244

205

Drug offences

370

608

657

798

901

1,055

1,109

Other (excluding motoring offences)

563

559

574

676

674

767

584

Motoring offences

17

37

35

61

70

96

102

Total

5,869

6,284

6,461

6,496

7,207

7,269

6,366

        

Summary offences

       

Offences (excluding motoring offences)

3,593

4,841

3,681

3,073

3,631

3,124

2,347

Motoring offences

1,085

1,238

1,571

1,849

2,380

2,734

2,721

Total

4,678

6,079

5,252

4,922

6,011

5,858

5,068

        

All offences(4)

10,547

12,363

11,713

11,418

13,218

13,127

11,434