Probation

Ian Lucas: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice under the Government's proposals for outsourcing of probation tasks, what appeal procedures an offender would have recourse to if they were recalled to prison by the Probation Service whilst being supervised by private contractors. [139675]

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice has recently published the consultation paper ‘Transforming Rehabilitation—a revolution in the way we manage offenders’ which sets out proposals for driving down reoffending by extending rehabilitative provision, opening up service delivery and paying by results.

The consultation closes on 22 February 2013 and we will set out further details of how we will reform the way we manage offenders as part of our response.

Kate Green: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what plans he has for private sector providers to supervise medium or low risk sex offenders. [139774]

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice has recently published the consultation paper ‘Transforming Rehabilitation—a revolution in the way we manage offenders’ which sets out proposals for driving down reoffending by extending rehabilitative provision, opening up service delivery and paying by results.

The consultation paper states that we will not take any risks in protecting the public. We propose that the public sector will retain ultimate responsibility for public protection and will manage directly those offenders who pose the highest risk of serious harm to the public.

The consultation closes on 22 February 2013 and we will set out further details of how we will reform the way we manage offenders once we have considered responses.

Kate Green: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what plans he has for private sector providers to supervise medium or low risk persons convicted of terrorist offences and subsequently released on license. [139775]

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice has recently published the consultation paper ‘Transforming Rehabilitation—a revolution in the way we manage offenders’ which sets out proposals for driving down reoffending by extending rehabilitative provision, opening up service delivery and paying by results.

The consultation paper states that we will not take any risks in protecting the public. We propose that the public sector will retain ultimate responsibility for public protection and will manage directly those offenders who pose the highest risk of serious harm to the public.

The consultation closes on 22 February 2013 and we will set out further details of how we will reform the way we manage offenders once we have considered responses.

Kate Green: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what specifications for the private sector for probation programmes will be published. [139776]

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice has recently published the consultation paper ‘Transforming Rehabilitation—a revolution in the way we manage offenders’ which sets out proposals for driving down reoffending by extending rehabilitative provision, opening up service delivery and paying by results.

The consultation closes on 22 February 2013 and we will set out further details of how we will reform the way we manage offenders once we have considered responses.

Mr Lammy: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how the transfer of sensitive information about offenders from the police to private sector providers of offender services is managed; and if he plans to develop new protocols for this process. [139781]

Jeremy Wright: The police have Information Sharing Agreements in place regarding the secure transfer of information to providers of offender services.

The Ministry of Justice has recently published the consultation paper ‘Transforming Rehabilitation—a revolution in the way we manage offenders’ which sets

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out proposals for driving down reoffending by extending rehabilitative provision, opening up service delivery and paying by results.

The consultation paper states that, under our proposals, the Ministry of Justice will work with the Information Commissioner, providers and other interested groups to ensure that any data sharing is done in a way that is secure and protects the rights of those whose data are shared, including victims.

The consultation closes on 22 February 2013 and we will set out further details of how we will reform the way we manage offenders once we have considered responses.

Mr Lammy: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how the probation pension deficit currently held by probation trusts will in future be administered. [139782]

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice has recently published the consultation paper ‘Transforming Rehabilitation—a revolution in the way we manage offenders’ which sets out proposals for driving down reoffending by extending rehabilitative provision, opening up service delivery and paying by results.

The consultation closes on 22 February 2013 and we will set out further details of how we will reform the way we manage offenders once we have considered responses.

Kelvin Hopkins: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what the average size of unpaid work groups run by private companies would be under current plans for the outsourcing of probation responsibilities. [139787]

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice has recently published the consultation paper ‘Transforming Rehabilitation—-a revolution in the way we manage offenders’ which sets out proposals for driving down reoffending by extending rehabilitative provision, opening up service delivery and paying by results.

The consultation closes on 22 February 2013 and we will set out further details of how we will reform the way we manage offenders once we have considered responses.

Sir Tony Baldry: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many probation officers he estimates will be made redundant as a consequence of proposed changes to the delivery of probation services. [139870]

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice has recently published the consultation paper ‘Transforming Rehabilitation—a revolution in the way we manage offenders’ which sets out proposals for driving down reoffending by extending rehabilitative provision, opening up service delivery and paying by results.

The consultation paper states that, under our proposals, we expect that probation professionals will work in the public, private and voluntary sectors, protecting the public and delivering rehabilitation services using their considerable skills and experience in working with offenders.

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The consultation closes on 22 February 2013 and we will set out further details of how we will reform the way we manage offenders once we have considered responses.

Mr Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what estimate he has made of the cost of the proposed reform of probation. [141360]

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice has recently published the consultation paper ‘Transforming Rehabilitation—a revolution in the way we manage offenders’ which sets out proposals for driving down reoffending by extending rehabilitative provision, opening up service delivery and paying by results.

In the consultation paper we have made clear our intention to ensure that delivery of these proposals is affordable and will demonstrate maximum value for money. We have invited consultees to give their views on options for the design of the future system. The costs will depend upon the design decisions made. The consultation closes on 22 February 2013 and we will set out further details of how we will reform the way we manage offenders once we have considered responses.

Andrew George: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what plans he has to ensure that private and independent sector providers of offender services will be subject to (a) the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and (b) other public scrutiny of their work as public sector providers of services as part of his policy of outsourcing probation services. [141736]

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice is consulting on proposals to reform the way in which offenders are rehabilitated in the community, including opening up rehabilitation services to a more diverse range of providers.

The Government's position on extending the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000 to non-public sector providers of public services is set out in its response to the Justice Committee's July 2012 report, ‘Post-legislative scrutiny of the Freedom of Information Act 2000’. In that response, in line with the recommendation of the Justice Committee, we proposed that contracts with non-public sector service providers should be used and enforced to ensure that Freedom of Information obligations are met. The Government response also says that a code of practice will be issued to guide public authorities and their contractors in ensuring an appropriate degree of voluntary transparency beyond the minimum requirements of FOIA.

The consultation paper states that it will be important that HM inspectorate of probation plays a role in independently inspecting offender management and the work done by providers in all sectors, ensuring that standards are upheld and helping to support continuous improvements in practice. We have sought consultees’ views on what this role should be.

Reoffenders

Sadiq Khan: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many people issued with a caution in each year from 2002 to 2012 have gone on to commit (a) no further offences, (b) one to five further offences,

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(c)

six to 10 further offences,

(d)

11 to 20 further offences and

(e)

more than 20 further offences in (i) England and Wales and (ii) each police authority area. [140332]

Jeremy Wright: Table 1A shows the number of offenders who were issued with a caution in each year from 2002 to June 2012, in England and Wales, broken down by the number of further offences they subsequently committed. Table 1B provides a similar breakdown to Table 1A but broken down further into police authority area. The police force area is solely based on the force issuing the first caution.

Where an individual has more than one caution in each year, only the first caution is taken into account in each year as a starting basis for future offences. Offenders who are cautioned in multiple years are included in each year at their first caution point. Future offences include all offences, committed subsequent to the initial caution, for which the offender had been dealt with through either a caution or conviction. Further offences include all subsequent offences dealt with as at the end of June 2012 (for all years) and will therefore lead to higher proportions of multiple offences for the earlier years in the presented series.

Breach offences have not been included in the further offence category as they would not constitute a further offence.

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These figures have been drawn from the police's administrative IT system, the police national computer, which, as with any large scale recording system, is subject to possible errors with data entry and processing. The figures are provisional and subject to change as more information is recorded by the police.

Table 1A: Number of offenders who received a caution and did not commit a further offence, and those who went on to commit multiple offences by group, 2002 to June 2012, England and Wales
 01-56-1011-2020+

2002

109,852

85,178

19,910

13,826

9,097

2003

121,026

90,065

20,146

13,326

7,867

2004

127,076

92,723

20,054

12,897

6,837

2005

152,613

107,563

22,155

13,311

6,100

2006

182,174

121,183

23,473

13,167

5,359

2007

201,806

122,379

21,239

10,721

3,752

2008

196,146

107,291

16,586

7,725

2,301

2009

187,945

86,409

11,381

4,546

1,087

2010

175,942

64,823

6,974

2,430

417

2011

176,839

45,517

3,485

851

107

2012

87,766

10,867

344

63

6

Note: 2012 includes data to the end of June only Source: Ministry of Justice
Table 1B: Number of offenders who received a caution and did not commit a further offence, and those who went on to commit multiple offences by police force and group, 2002 to June 2012, England and Wales
 Police force015610112020+

2002

Avon and Somerset

1,927

1,694

459

327

277

2002

Bedfordshire

1,277

978

226

129

99

2002

British Transport Police

1,665

947

246

206

144

2002

Cambridgeshire

889

673

163

97

82

2002

Cheshire

1,491

1,038

237

162

128

2002

City of London

546

307

58

56

37

2002

Cleveland

1,188

1,004

227

145

140

2002

Cumbria

1,029

924

265

155

160

2002

Derbyshire

1,330

1,069

247

182

100

2002

Devon and Cornwall

3,270

2,736

597

389

265

2002

Dorset

859

574

124

79

45

2002

Durham

1,059

1,029

266

205

120

2002

Dyfed-Powys

1,779

1,390

319

200

126

2002

Essex

2,312

1,601

363

219

151

2002

Gloucestershire

1,382

1,016

221

138

102

2002

Greater Manchester

4,996

3,861

1,024

717

472

2002

Gwent

1,579

1,513

393

270

161

2002

Hampshire

3,574

2,769

589

434

291

2002

Hertfordshire

1,445

1,091

235

164

97

2002

Humberside

1,616

1,358

348

250

209

2002

Kent

3,399

2,746

587

383

230

2002

Lancashire

3,329

2,558

540

370

225

2002

Leicestershire

1,315

971

247

179

113

2002

Lincolnshire

958

756

175

116

71

2002

Merseyside

3,084

2,261

485

404

232

2002

Metropolitan Police

15,385

11,089

2,767

1,999

1,129

2002

Norfolk

1,265

941

212

144

85

2002

North Wales

1,454

1,188

304

217

159

2002

North Yorkshire

1,256

833

180

142

79

2002

Northamptonshire

1,072

827

231

157

133

2002

Northumbria

6,588

5,380

1,092

706

527

2002

Nottinghamshire

1,822

1,419

364

273

215

2002

South Wales

2,545

1,710

463

315

222

2002

South Yorkshire

3,035

2,460

610

404

240

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2002

Staffordshire

1,842

1,550

387

275

176

2002

Suffolk

1,420

1,204

237

179

132

2002

Surrey

1,963

1,463

289

196

122

2002

Sussex

3,069

2,513

531

342

236

2002

Thames Valley

3,775

2,775

604

357

253

2002

Warwickshire

878

680

154

108

77

2002

West Mercia

2,467

2,171

556

424

273

2002

West Midlands

7,216

5,641

1,311

945

518

2002

West Yorkshire

4,442

3,712

803

561

381

2002

Wiltshire

1,060

758

174

106

63

       

2003

Avon and Somerset

2,236

1,784

455

356

214

2003

Bedfordshire

1,505

1,033

216

132

75

2003

British Transport Police

1,726

946

241

161

123

2003

Cambridgeshire

973

749

168

110

67

2003

Cheshire

1,575

1,196

255

156

113

2003

City of London

579

279

51

43

28

2003

Cleveland

1,379

1,096

249

166

129

2003

Cumbria

1,233

968

244

173

118

2003

Derbyshire

1,417

967

266

149

80

2003

Devon and Cornwall

3,557

2,844

646

388

242

2003

Dorset

1,037

591

145

82

40

2003

Durham

1,134

979

232

152

104

2003

Dyfed-Powys

1,888

1,533

336

198

120

2003

Essex

2,203

1,715

363

227

146

2003

Gloucestershire

1,344

953

214

142

69

2003

Greater Manchester

5,094

3,745

911

672

371

2003

Gwent

1,581

1,435

345

215

141

2003

Hampshire

4,084

3,094

620

434

288

2003

Hertfordshire

1,644

1,248

254

151

71

2003

Humberside

1,652

1,299

304

214

142

2003

Kent

4,099

3,274

681

433

246

2003

Lancashire

3,949

3,157

692

430

293

2003

Leicestershire

1,536

1,144

227

168

108

2003

Lincolnshire

1,011

742

155

101

49

2003

Merseyside

3,403

2,287

506

390

189

2003

Metropolitan Police

15,874

10,595

2,557

1,678

856

2003

Norfolk

1,533

1,013

203

138

88

2003

North Wales

1,468

1,214

299

194

125

2003

North Yorkshire

1,332

912

173

132

83

2003

Northamptonshire

1,082

889

239

168

117

2003

Northumbria

7,494

5,845

1,099

732

452

2003

Nottinghamshire

2,125

1,612

419

298

191

2003

South Wales

2,705

1,861

457

301

214

2003

South Yorkshire

3,573

2,646

627

367

180

2003

Staffordshire

2,456

1,901

416

291

161

2003

Suffolk

1,709

1,331

278

182

122

2003

Surrey

2,220

1,638

325

206

114

2003

Sussex

3,850

2,941

653

380

237

2003

Thames Valley

4,039

2,746

572

362

228

2003

Warwickshire

1,026

835

194

105

50

2003

West Mercia

2,564

2,191

569

363

236

2003

West Midlands

7,581

5,811

1,245

863

421

2003

West Yorkshire

5,293

4,069

864

602

362

2003

Wiltshire

1,263

957

181

121

64

       

2004

Avon and Somerset

2,327

1,945

477

301

192

2004

Bedfordshire

1,519

953

204

118

55

2004

British Transport Police

2,085

1,114

255

193

156

2004

Cambridgeshire

1,320

978

215

126

81

2004

Cheshire

1,567

1,158

203

151

89

2004

City of London

356

165

42

20

12

2004

Cleveland

1,342

1,152

238

148

123

2004

Cumbria

1,237

1,006

244

158

117

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2004

Derbyshire

1,726

1,287

253

149

75

2004

Devon and Cornwall

3,337

2,724

557

369

171

2004

Dorset

1,546

1,035

217

114

62

2004

Durham

1,054

846

188

134

86

2004

Dyfed-Powys

1,414

1,161

253

155

94

2004

Essex

3,362

2,131

465

254

127

2004

Gloucestershire

1,268

905

164

111

69

2004

Greater Manchester

6,539

4,733

1,050

750

342

2004

Gwent

1,552

1,321

317

160

107

2004

Hampshire

4,266

2,983

625

363

256

2004

Hertfordshire

1,960

1,373

261

150

76

2004

Humberside

2,146

1,610

332

269

160

2004

Kent

4,995

3,777

797

490

246

2004

Lancashire

4,310

3,384

711

499

329

2004

Leicestershire

1,546

1,150

236

162

82

2004

Lincolnshire

1,181

929

204

129

55

2004

Merseyside

2,716

1,761

395

321

136

2004

Metropolitan Police

14,268

9,371

2,311

1,488

606

2004

Norfolk

1,487

1,038

207

140

64

2004

North Wales

1,425

1,126

257

179

100

2004

North Yorkshire

1,473

909

190

103

51

2004

Northamptonshire

1,258

910

253

152

94

2004

Northumbria

7,537

5,563

1,035

644

384

2004

Nottinghamshire

2,230

1,756

407

296

177

2004

South Wales

2,933

1,946

448

266

151

2004

South Yorkshire

3,485

2,620

580

334

185

2004

Staffordshire

2,455

1,769

353

243

135

2004

Suffolk

1,542

1,186

254

151

92

2004

Surrey

2,583

1,902

406

251

118

2004

Sussex

4,334

3,192

665

425

227

2004

Thames Valley

4,799

3,365

651

388

187

2004

Warwickshire

890

750

135

99

39

2004

West Mercia

2,917

2,332

562

348

164

2004

West Midlands

6,935

5,146

1,143

679

276

2004

West Yorkshire

6,676

5,485

1,124

823

443

2004

Wiltshire

1,178

776

170

94

46

       

2005

Avon and Somerset

3,143

2,429

520

356

217

2005

Bedfordshire

1,784

1,026

193

117

43

2005

British Transport Police

2,479

1,277

288

204

118

2005

Cambridgeshire

2,140

1,509

302

191

85

2005

Cheshire

2,613

1,787

392

195

103

2005

City of London

459

226

55

54

18

2005

Cleveland

1,502

1,283

255

205

161

2005

Cumbria

1,284

1,077

215

142

70

2005

Derbyshire

2,503

1,787

345

206

73

2005

Devon and Cornwall

3,807

2,824

593

329

139

2005

Dorset

1,668

1,171

221

109

42

2005

Durham

1,470

1,176

258

153

82

2005

Dyfed-Powys

1,799

1,378

302

157

70

2005

Essex

4,537

2,854

518

297

127

2005

Gloucestershire

1,776

1,285

260

130

62

2005

Greater Manchester

6,888

4,995

1,073

681

303

2005

Gwent

1,445

1,272

298

166

94

2005

Hampshire

4,654

2,997

594

343

201

2005

Hertfordshire

2,208

1,397

266

155

67

2005

Humberside

2,506

1,952

431

278

138

2005

Kent

5,135

3,847

802

480

218

2005

Lancashire

4,413

3,721

817

543

262

2005

Leicestershire

2,515

1,742

324

191

79

2005

Lincolnshire

1,841

1,353

294

158

83

2005

Merseyside

1,958

1,266

314

200

87

2005

Metropolitan Police

16,301

10,702

2,352

1,451

545

2005

Norfolk

1,792

1,155

207

135

60

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2005

North Wales

1,263

942

255

144

74

2005

North Yorkshire

1,537

968

169

112

44

2005

Northamptonshire

1,563

1,252

254

174

89

2005

Northumbria

8,187

5,621

955

536

284

2005

Nottinghamshire

3,363

2,630

573

369

185

2005

South Wales

3,267

2,028

433

238

113

2005

South Yorkshire

4,585

3,265

728

383

158

2005

Staffordshire

3,149

2,105

419

285

96

2005

Suffolk

1,778

1,239

266

155

76

2005

Surrey

2,839

1,866

371

199

115

2005

Sussex

5,429

3,636

718

387

179

2005

Thames Valley

7,692

5,149

1,008

546

257

2005

Warwickshire

1,394

1,034

212

110

55

2005

West Mercia

3,400

2,632

607

374

178

2005

West Midlands

8,944

6,497

1,255

724

249

2005

West Yorkshire

8,299

6,428

1,295

859

359

2005

Wiltshire

1,304

783

148

90

42

       

2006

Avon and Somerset

4,494

3,309

697

413

200

2006

Bedfordshire

2,003

1,119

200

92

36

2006

British Transport Police

3,197

1,489

325

214

99

2006

Cambridgeshire

2,423

1,450

276

158

52

2006

Cheshire

3,000

2,178

410

214

90

2006

City of London

503

255

60

48

12

2006

Cleveland

2,402

1,928

439

305

179

2006

Cumbria

1,494

1,151

256

145

57

2006

Derbyshire

2,770

1,807

285

178

58

2006

Devon and Cornwall

4,564

3,087

580

283

153

2006

Dorset

2,084

1,321

225

94

45

2006

Durham

2,025

1,636

346

189

81

2006

Dyfed-Powys

2,238

1,696

334

163

65

2006

Essex

5,048

3,014

574

249

111

2006

Gloucestershire

1,859

1,265

251

139

49

2006

Greater Manchester

8,099

5,056

961

588

215

2006

Gwent

2,366

1,882

396

191

103

2006

Hampshire

4,798

3,094

607

351

169

2006

Hertfordshire

3,262

2,175

382

203

75

2006

Humberside

2,929

2,193

412

274

115

2006

Kent

5,931

4,150

783

448

179

2006

Lancashire

5,175

3,971

876

565

280

2006

Leicestershire

3,426

2,073

348

199

67

2006

Lincolnshire

2,155

1,456

263

149

77

2006

Merseyside

2,024

1,346

308

183

83

2006

Metropolitan Police

21,262

13,213

2,868

1,612

543

2006

Norfolk

2,609

1,657

329

171

74

2006

North Wales

1,477

1,096

221

119

45

2006

North Yorkshire

1,538

923

186

110

32

2006

Northamptonshire

2,235

1,598

363

200

101

2006

Northumbria

8,051

5,403

906

508

231

2006

Nottinghamshire

4,853

3,353

640

418

197

2006

South Wales

2,983

1,871

366

218

96

2006

South Yorkshire

5,449

3,798

735

403

135

2006

Staffordshire

3,959

2,533

465

234

91

2006

Suffolk

2,037

1,346

251

137

48

2006

Surrey

2,740

1,762

302

187

89

2006

Sussex

6,052

3,978

727

399

157

2006

Thames Valley

7,828

4,903

861

443

190

2006

Warwickshire

1,954

1,283

218

111

32

2006

West Mercia

3,846

2,795

527

294

129

2006

West Midlands

11,080

7,259

1,327

695

206

2006

West Yorkshire

10,474

7,548

1,437

814

283

2006

Wiltshire

1,478

763

150

59

30

       

2007

Avon and Somerset

4,891

3,139

582

347

169

11 Feb 2013 : Column 585W

11 Feb 2013 : Column 586W

2007

Bedfordshire

1,952

998

157

74

30

2007

British Transport Police

2,790

1,376

290

172

65

2007

Cambridgeshire

2,544

1,511

290

116

41

2007

Cheshire

3,025

1,798

278

146

55

2007

City of London

472

235

70

35

17

2007

Cleveland

2,819

2,022

439

273

171

2007

Cumbria

1,917

1,384

250

141

47

2007

Derbyshire

3,311

1,985

320

136

43

2007

Devon and Cornwall

5,577

3,434

498

247

94

2007

Dorset

2,236

1,303

183

77

12

2007

Durham

2,309

1,692

336

152

64

2007

Dyfed-Powys

2,013

1,444

226

119

44

2007

Essex

6,917

3,927

536

227

88

2007

Gloucestershire

2,183

1,224

173

97

30

2007

Greater Manchester

8,514

4,887

842

377

142

2007

Gwent

2,816

1,927

318

195

67

2007

Hampshire

5,774

3,504

628

287

124

2007

Hertfordshire

3,646

2,183

360

154

64

2007

Humberside

3,455

2,309

399

239

83

2007

Kent

6,667

4,196

687

379

140

2007

Lancashire

5,178

3,830

743

424

171

2007

Leicestershire

3,177

1,800

234

127

47

2007

Lincolnshire

2,290

1,423

259

126

46

2007

Merseyside

3,208

2,110

422

195

72

2007

Metropolitan Police

25,285

14,817

2,904

1,442

415

2007

Norfolk

2,741

1,535

303

144

40

2007

North Wales

2,059

1,351

219

103

57

2007

North Yorkshire

2,294

1,339

215

130

37

2007

Northamptonshire

2,375

1,605

346

180

66

2007

Northumbria

8,083

5,110

824

471

178

2007

Nottinghamshire

4,396

2,980

566

317

118

2007

South Wales

3,298

1,919

350

199

67

2007

South Yorkshire

5,721

3,652

639

322

92

2007

Staffordshire

4,666

2,621

447

225

50

2007

Suffolk

2,419

1,289

227

98

29

2007

Surrey

3,262

1,660

274

129

52

2007

Sussex

7,315

4,145

624

337

101

2007

Thames Valley

7,903

4,709

764

341

124

2007

Warwickshire

2,195

1,293

181

81

23

2007

West Mercia

4,161

2,633

461

234

76

2007

West Midlands

12,346

7,032

1,161

492

125

2007

West Yorkshire

9,934

6,186

1,061

555

151

2007

Wiltshire

1,672

862

153

59

25

       

2008

Avon and Somerset

4,731

2,936

551

272

99

2008

Bedfordshire

1,983

958

137

69

18

2008

British Transport Police

3,028

1,308

242

136

48

2008

Cambridgeshire

2,570

1,381

211

102

35

2008

Cheshire

3,166

1,601

197

89

25

2008

City of London

368

175

26

13

5

2008

Cleveland

2,800

1,875

338

199

89

2008

Cumbria

1,835

1,257

186

101

25

2008

Derbyshire

3,156

1,703

226

109

23

2008

Devon and Cornwall

5,395

3,000

413

171

50

2008

Dorset

2,268

1,073

140

49

19

2008

Durham

1,932

1,346

241

101

34

2008

Dyfed-Powys

1,961

1,246

159

93

20

2008

Essex

7,578

3,704

499

205

56

2008

Gloucestershire

2,319

1,180

121

66

12

2008

Greater Manchester

8,306

4,116

649

268

73

2008

Gwent

2,813

1,790

294

150

49

2008

Hampshire

5,368

2,740

402

181

74

2008

Hertfordshire

3,643

2,169

298

124

42

2008

Humberside

3,121

1,789

288

135

52

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11 Feb 2013 : Column 588W

2008

Kent

6,700

3,840

576

269

74

2008

Lancashire

5,009

3,265

585

278

109

2008

Leicestershire

2,685

1,397

190

91

27

2008

Lincolnshire

2,462

1,302

172

93

30

2008

Merseyside

3,635

2,181

366

162

49

2008

Metropolitan Police

27,333

14,517

2,465

1,104

277

2008

Norfolk

2,416

1,331

254

131

43

2008

North Wales

2,635

1,457

220

98

30

2008

North Yorkshire

2,163

1,135

153

78

30

2008

Northamptonshire

2,213

1,258

226

116

32

2008

Northumbria

7,871

4,464

656

373

139

2008

Nottinghamshire

3,927

2,458

431

220

78

2008

South Wales

3,528

1,946

349

164

40

2008

South Yorkshire

5,154

2,789

419

158

32

2008

Staffordshire

2,956

1,529

208

91

21

2008

Suffolk

2,347

1,182

176

88

31

2008

Surrey

2,446

1,262

170

91

40

2008

Sussex

5,714

2,986

448

209

69

2008

Thames Valley

7,737

4,265

599

296

70

2008

Warwickshire

1,904

1,010

132

61

16

2008

West Mercia

4,020

2,260

377

164

51

2008

West Midlands

12,435

6,421

918

353

69

2008

West Yorkshire

8,616

4,799

733

349

83

2008

Wiltshire

1,899

890

145

55

13

       

2009

Avon and Somerset

4,248

2,368

364

152

42

2009

Bedfordshire

1,774

775

104

47

8

2009

British Transport Police

4,354

1,746

313

127

71

2009

Cambridgeshire

2,600

1,354

181

64

25

2009

Cheshire

2,504

1,220

144

47

10

2009

City of London

376

130

23

14

1

2009

Cleveland

2,729

1,500

238

128

40

2009

Cumbria

1,847

971

118

36

8

2009

Derbyshire

2,160

924

148

43

13

2009

Devon and Cornwall

5,240

2,549

304

107

16

2009

Dorset

2,043

791

75

20

7

2009

Durham

1,712

1,101

189

96

21

2009

Dyfed-Powys

2,026

1,069

118

53

6

2009

Essex

7,814

3,243

375

145

29

2009

Gloucestershire

2,270

887

99

41

6

2009

Greater Manchester

6,841

2,885

342

135

26

2009

Gwent

2,484

1,282

162

73

21

2009

Hampshire

5,474

2,461

272

130

34

2009

Hertfordshire

3,986

1,750

213

82

19

2009

Humberside

2,830

1,358

210

99

23

2009

Kent

7,093

3,175

403

191

30

2009

Lancashire

4,912

2,571

352

168

41

2009

Leicestershire

2,783

1,147

157

62

15

2009

Lincolnshire

2,438

1,035

149

53

13

2009

Merseyside

3,954

1,887

262

115

25

2009

Metropolitan Police

27,847

12,150

1,619

618

103

2009

Norfolk

2,028

1,014

128

49

13

2009

North Wales

2,780

1,256

174

69

21

2009

North Yorkshire

2,166

855

102

41

14

2009

Northamptonshire

2,107

1,182

139

52

10

2009

Northumbria

7,602

3,908

571

235

108

2009

Nottinghamshire

4,226

2,290

345

151

27

2009

South Wales

3,558

1,610

217

93

23

2009

South Yorkshire

4,919

2,250

255

93

13

2009

Staffordshire

2,301

1,010

138

41

11

2009

Suffolk

2,353

989

134

44

20

2009

Surrey

2,117

906

124

62

18

2009

Sussex

5,629

2,361

298

124

22

2009

Thames Valley

6,464

3,161

400

163

39

11 Feb 2013 : Column 589W

11 Feb 2013 : Column 590W

2009

Warwickshire

1,647

776

77

31

4

2009

West Mercia

3,556

1,663

252

95

17

2009

West Midlands

9,902

4,366

567

169

25

2009

West Yorkshire

8,138

3,603

436

151

40

2009

Wiltshire

2,113

880

90

37

9

       

2010

Avon and Somerset

4,409

1,932

259

77

14

2010

Bedfordshire

1,563

570

58

13

8

2010

British Transport Police

4,240

1,461

214

95

20

2010

Cambridgeshire

2,802

934

85

29

7

2010

Cheshire

2,707

981

88

39

7

2010

City of London

443

152

20

5

2010

Cleveland

2,851

1,233

177

72

18

2010

Cumbria

1,819

766

72

21

3

2010

Derbyshire

2,099

806

84

24

4

2010

Devon and Cornwall

4,933

2,035

161

66

4

2010

Dorset

1,741

540

50

12

5

2010

Durham

2,443

1,226

180

64

12

2010

Dyfed-Powys

1,910

869

88

29

3

2010

Essex

6,139

1,997

190

56

6

2010

Gloucestershire

1,477

548

51

18

1

2010

Greater Manchester

6,853

2,212

277

69

14

2010

Gwent

2,230

1,022

125

39

12

2010

Hampshire

5,417

1,807

168

71

17

2010

Hertfordshire

3,876

1,462

168

62

8

2010

Humberside

2,788

1,079

117

48

5

2010

Kent

6,043

2,206

246

82

21

2010

Lancashire

5,137

2,039

209

85

16

2010

Leicestershire

2,727

951

127

31

8

2010

Lincolnshire

2,157

766

77

30

10

2010

Merseyside

3,782

1,498

163

47

7

2010

Metropolitan Police

28,385

9,583

986

339

42

2010

Norfolk

2,229

812

91

22

2

2010

North Wales

2,179

829

94

29

7

2010

North Yorkshire

1,887

602

68

20

5

2010

Northamptonshire

1,987

796

89

32

3

2010

Northumbria

6,199

2,559

288

127

30

2010

Nottinghamshire

4,719

2,063

259

95

17

2010

South Wales

3,026

1,140

91

36

4

2010

South Yorkshire

4,047

1,370

122

32

6

2010

Staffordshire

2,915

1,097

126

32

3

2010

Suffolk

1,829

675

91

29

5

2010

Surrey

2,042

714

72

28

7

2010

Sussex

5,931

1,832

187

74

8

2010

Thames Valley

5,848

2,317

263

89

16

2010

Warwickshire

1,729

553

42

14

3

2010

West Mercia

2,949

1,263

153

57

9

2010

West Midlands

6,774

2,320

206

75

6

2010

West Yorkshire

6,777

2,558

255

88

12

2010

Wiltshire

1,904

648

37

28

2

       

2011

Avon and Somerset

4,939

1,468

131

30

4

2011

Bedfordshire

1,558

417

32

6

2011

British Transport Police

4,614

1,190

110

43

4

2011

Cambridgeshire

2,098

542

40

10

3

2011

Cheshire

2,711

645

45

11

1

2011

City of London

420

106

3

2011

Cleveland

2,759

810

98

30

5

2011

Cumbria

1,877

508

36

6

2011

Derbyshire

2,307

624

49

4

2011

Devon and Cornwall

5,332

1,353

104

15

2

2011

Dorset

1,913

416

23

5

1

2011

Durham

2,481

886

103

28

2

2011

Dyfed-Powys

2,316

701

42

9

2

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11 Feb 2013 : Column 592W

2011

Essex

6,088

1,317

90

18

3

2011

Gloucestershire

1,419

322

28

4

2011

Greater Manchester

6,808

1,515

109

30

6

2011

Gwent

2,603

738

74

20

3

2011

Hampshire

5,015

1,134

90

30

3

2011

Hertfordshire

3,943

1,105

98

16

2011

Humberside

3,014

813

59

16

1

2011

Kent

6,231

1,581

108

23

2

2011

Lancashire

5,394

1,398

94

29

8

2011

Leicestershire

2,618

680

53

7

2011

Lincolnshire

2,222

536

40

8

3

2011

Merseyside

3,885

1,169

82

28

1

2011

Metropolitan Police

27,094

6,475

452

83

6

2011

Norfolk

2,414

589

42

9

1

2011

North Wales

2,010

477

42

17

1

2011

North Yorkshire

2,002

410

32

9

1

2011

Northamptonshire

2,109

613

45

12

1

2011

Northumbria

6,372

1,665

146

31

15

2011

Nottinghamshire

5,331

1,632

137

29

5

2011

South Wales

3,084

781

54

14

2

2011

South Yorkshire

3,529

869

55

13

2011

Staffordshire

3,473

878

53

20

1

2011

Suffolk

2,066

544

40

16

2

2011

Surrey

1,949

460

39

13

3

2011

Sussex

4,905

1,274

104

36

3

2011

Thames Valley

6,030

1,761

146

34

1

2011

Warwickshire

1,576

354

19

4

1

2011

West Mercia

3,215

1,053

95

13

5

2011

West Midlands

6,069

1,481

110

28

1

2011

West Yorkshire

7,377

1,791

108

42

3

2011

Wiltshire

1,669

436

25

2

1

       

2012

Avon and Somerset

2,935

376

12

6

1

2012

Bedfordshire

703

105

3

2012

British Transport Police

2,376

306

13

2

2012

Cambridgeshire

963

133

4

1

2012

Cheshire

1,202

140

4

2012

City of London

256

40

2

1

2012

Cleveland

1,467

228

12

1

2012

Cumbria

916

116

1

2012

Derbyshire

1,075

118

2

1

2012

Devon and Cornwall

2,664

311

7

2012

Dorset

936

82

2

1

1

2012

Durham

1,252

180

12

2

1

2012

Dyfed-Powys

1,454

173

7

2

2012

Essex

2,712

261

8

2

2012

Gloucestershire

710

84

4

1

2012

Greater Manchester

3,361

352

9

2

2012

Gwent

1,299

204

12

2

2012

Hampshire

2,381

284

6

1

2012

Hertfordshire

1,935

261

4

2012

Humberside

1,464

161

7

2012

Kent

2,699

315

15

3

2012

Lancashire

3,122

347

18

1

2012

Leicestershire

1,450

169

4

2

2012

Lincolnshire

929

116

1

2

2012

Merseyside

2,005

250

6

2

2012

Metropolitan Police

12,958

1,606

54

3

2012

Norfolk

1,343

154

6

2

2012

North Wales

1,054

136

5

1

1

2012

North Yorkshire

806

97

4

2012

Northamptonshire

1,006

150

4

2

2012

Northumbria

3,335

418

11

5

2012

Nottinghamshire

2,918

420

11

5

11 Feb 2013 : Column 593W

11 Feb 2013 : Column 594W

2012

South Wales

1,864

167

2

2

2012

South Yorkshire

1,559

172

2

2012

Staffordshire

1,690

227

3

1

2012

Suffolk

1,022

127

3

2012

Surrey

861

97

3

1

2012

Sussex

2,448

346

12

1

2012

Thames Valley

3,141

413

14

5

2012

Warwickshire

696

84

1

2012

West Mercia

1,666

228

10

1

2012

West Midlands

2,783

321

8

2012

West Yorkshire

3,530

472

13

1

2012

Wiltshire

820

120

3

Source: Ministry of Justice