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Written Answers — Home Office: Crime: Morecambe and Lunesdale (28 Apr 2016)

Mike Penning: The Crime Survey statistics published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that crime in England and Wales fell by 7% in the year to the end of December 2015 (the latest period for which data is available), and by 7% in the year to the end of December 2014. Over the same period, the number of crimes recorded by the police rose (including in the Lancaster Community Safety...

Armed Forces Bill - Report (27 Apr 2016)

Earl Howe: ...aware, in Committee of the whole House in the other place, the Minister spoke on this subject and made it quite clear that he wanted improvements in the data that we publish and that he was considering how best to publish the data as an official statistic. That is very definitely the Government’s intention. Given that commitment, I reassure noble Lords that the work to achieve this...

Policing and Crime Bill: Application of Firearms Act 1968 to the police: special constables and volunteers (26 Apr 2016)

Gerald Jones: According to the National Audit Office, police forces saw their funding from central Government fall by 25% in the previous Parliament. The Chancellor and the Home Secretary have been rebuked by the statistics watchdog for claiming in the November spending review that police funding would be protected in this Parliament. As my hon. Friend the shadow Policing Minister said, Sir Andrew Dilnot,...

Intellectual Property - Question (26 Apr 2016)

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara: My Lords, the problem is more complex, is it not? Noble Lords will be aware that the IP crime statistics are deficient in the sense that they do not collect separately details of cybercrime. We therefore have no real baseline against which we might operate. The ONS piloted a new scheme last year which revealed that there were about 5.1 million instances of fraud and 2.5 million instances of...

Policing and Crime Bill: statutory duty on flooding (26 Apr 2016)

Lyn Brown: ..., they may only know that a service has been cut too long after the fact—that is, after public safety and the lives of the public have been put at risk. I was not surprised, although I was dismayed, by the latest English fire statistics, which cover the period between April and September 2015. They show that there were 139 fire-related fatalities during that time, 31 more than...

Small Weapons Trade — [Andrew Rosindell in the Chair] (20 Apr 2016)

James Duddridge: ...export controls, as well as in the European Union annual report on arms exports. The Government recognise and respect the public interest in export licensing decisions, and therefore we took the decision to publish quarterly statistics on all export and trade licences issued, refused or revoked. I understand that my hon. Friend would like us to publish more information. That has a cost. If...

Backbench Business - Daesh: Genocide of Minoritiesbackbench Business (20 Apr 2016)

Fiona Bruce: ...ethnicity. It is not just them, but Alawites, Shi’as, Shabaks and Mandaeans. The suffering of the two women I mentioned has been replicated countless times by other families, as we know from the statistics that we have all heard in this House. I have seen many reports documenting evidence of genocidal atrocities, as I am sure other Members have, from the office of the United Nations...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Serious Fraud Office: Disclosure of Information (19 Apr 2016)

Jeremy Wright: ...Fraud is the UK's national fraud reporting centre. Individuals are asked to report matters directly to them so that Action Fraud can make best use of their information. They will also be given a crime report number for future reference. The table below shows the minimum number of intelligence referrals made by the SFO to other agencies which are directly referable to reports made through...

Written Answers — Home Office: Money Laundering: Prosecutions (15 Apr 2016)

John Hayes: ...and implementing effective anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing regimes. FATF does not have any law enforcement or prosecutorial role. The Government established the National Crime Agency in 2013 to lead the law enforcement response to this threat. This has since been augmented with a new International Corruption Unit to provide a single centre of excellence in this field....

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Armed Forces: Crimes of Violence (14 Apr 2016)

Mark Lancaster: ...for cases reported to the RMP may include some incidents which have been reported for information purposes only, which are within the jurisdiction of the civilian police to investigate. Rape statistics are offences and attempted offences as defined by Section 1 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003. Sexual Assault statistics are offences and attempted offences as defined by Section 2 and 3...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Diplomatic Immunity (13 Apr 2016)

James Duddridge: ...the criminal jurisdiction of the receiving State. He shall also enjoy immunity from its civil and administrative jurisdiction, except in limited circumstances specified in the Convention. Full statistics and details about instances when Embassies and High Commissions have invoked the principle of diplomatic immunity for the period specified are not recorded centrally and could only be...

Backbench Business: Supported Housing (12 Apr 2016)

Alan Brown: ...the 8.5 billion cut in corporation tax and the 5.5 billion of capital gains and inheritance tax giveaways in the Budget, that half a billion pounds is a drop in the ocean. The Government have admitted that they do not have statistics on those who access supported housing and have belatedly agreed to an impact assessment, which shows real flaws in their sign-off process. The...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Modern technology: specialist digital unit (child abuse) (12 Apr 2016)

Lyn Brown: ..., this is simply too narrow a definition of a child and that there are very vulnerable 16 and 17 year-olds who could be protected by a child abduction warning notice. The most recent annual statistics available shows that only 190 children aged between 16 and 17 were taken into care by their local authorities under a section 31 notice and would thus be able to be protected by a child...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Digital Crime Review (12 Apr 2016)

New clause 18—Digital crime training and education— “(1) It shall be the responsibility of the Home Department to ensure that each Police Service shall invest in training on the prioritisation, investigation and evidence gathering in respect of digital crime and abuse. (2) It shall be the responsibility of the Home Department to ensure that all Police services record...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Restrictions on places that may be used as places of safety (12 Apr 2016)

Kevan Jones: ...clearly wants to get to a position whereby no adult is detained in a police cell either. The problem I have with that is that we may achieve the target in terms of the police—a police authority or a police and crime commissioner may be able to stand up and say, “We have nobody in police cells who has been detained under the Mental Health Act”, but unless we have some...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Cybercrime (11 Apr 2016)

John Hayes: While overall crime has fallen by more than a quarter since 2010, it is also changing, as the hon. Gentleman knows. An accurate national picture is critical to informing our response to cybercrime, which is why the Office for National Statistics has now published, for the first time, initial estimates of the number of cybercrimes committed, based on a preliminary field trial. The ONS...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Youth Custody: Restraint Techniques (8 Apr 2016)

Andrew Selous: ...the written answer given on 06 April 2016. The correct answer should have been: As the Justice Secretary has said, the safety and welfare of all those in custody is vital. Although youth crime is down, reoffending rates are far too high and the care and supervision of young people in custody is not good enough. Restraint should only be used as a last resort, when young people are...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Knives: Crime (30 Mar 2016)

Dominic Raab: Knife crime has no place on our streets and the Government continues to work with the police and partners, including retailers, to ensure that we reduce violence and knife crime. The latest criminal justice statistics show that more people are getting custodial sentences for carrying a knife, and for longer. Information on knife crimes is published regularly on gov.uk. The latest...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Knives: Sales (22 Mar 2016)

Dominic Raab: Knife crime has no place on our streets and the Government continues to work with the police and partners, including retailers, to ensure that we reduce violence and knife crime. Selling knives, and certain articles with a blade or point, to under 18s is a criminal offence enforced by the police and Trading Standards with a maximum penalty of six months’ imprisonment and/or an unlimited...


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