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Written Answers — Home Department: Crime: Lancashire (1 September 2014)

Norman Baker: ...data at Parliamentary Constituency Level or at City Council level. Data are provided in Table A for Preston Community Safety Partnership and Lancashire police force area. Table A-Police recorded crime (excluding fraud) in Preston Local Authority and Lancashire police force area, 2009/10 to 2013/14 Numbers   Year Area 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Preston...

Scottish Parliament: Gaza (12 August 2014)

Patricia Ferguson: .... Three civilians have been killed by rockets or mortars that were fired from Gaza and 64 Israeli soldiers have been killed. Almost 12,000 homes in Gaza have been reduced to rubble. Those are the stark statistics of the bloody and unequal conflict that is being played out in Gaza, which has been graphically captured on our television screens. Among the destruction that has rained down on...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Youth Custody (30 July 2014)

Lord Faulks: ...to transform youth custody and put education at the heart of detention, to equip young people in custody with the skills, qualifications and self-discipline they need to build a life free from crime and become productive, hardworking members of the community. Statistics on proven re-offending for juvenile offenders are published by the Ministry of Justice on a quarterly basis in the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Police Reform (22 July 2014)

Theresa May: ...be a profound mistake. The inspectorate under this Government has become more independent of the police and of the Government. It has delivered hard-hitting reports on stop and search, the recording of crime statistics and domestic violence. Later this year, it will publish, for the first time, annual inspection reports of every constabulary in the country so the public can understand how...

Written Answers — Defence: Armed Forces: Crimes of Violence (22 July 2014)

Anna Soubry: ...specific figure has not been disclosed to ensure that the alleged victim(s) cannot be identified. This is in line with the Sexual Offences (Amendments) Act 1976 and 1992. Because of the way domestic violence statistics are recorded it is taking some time to collate the information. I will write to the hon. Member with an answer shortly. The Royal Military Police is the Army’s police...

Written Answers — Justice: Prison Sentences: Bradford (21 July 2014)

Shailesh Vara: While crime is falling, offenders are now more likely to go to prison and for longer. The number and proportion of offenders sentenced to custodial sentences at magistrates courts within Keighley and Bradford local justice area(s) and Bradford Crown court from 2008 to 2013 can be viewed in the table. The number and proportion of offenders sentenced to an immediate custodial sentence at...

Assisted Dying Bill [HL]: Second Reading (18 July 2014)

Lord Maginnis of Drumglass: ...sense of moral values—values, or what in my part of the world we used to call oul dacency. Am I not correct in thinking that that old decency is being incrementally eroded for mere financial and statistical convenience? Has intellectual arrogance totally usurped what in less interactive times was the natural progression of life? Capital punishment ended in the 1960s but, if I...

Oral Answers to Questions — Church Commissioners: Child Abuse (17 July 2014)

Yvette Cooper: I welcome the Home Secretary’s statement and the update she has given the House. She is right to condemn this vile crime that hits vulnerable children and can wreck lives. I also welcome the announcement that the National Crime Agency has safeguarded 400 children and arrested 660 people for child abuse offences as part of a major operation involving many police forces. The House will...

Written Answers — Home Department: Crime (17 July 2014)

James Brokenshire: ...(Mrs May) made clear in the statement made to the House on 10 July 2014, Official Report, columns 456-59, communications data is an absolutely fundamental tool in the investigation of serious crime. The Crown Prosecution Service Organised Crime Division has indicated that communications data plays a role in 95% of the serious and organised crime cases that they handle. An Association of...

Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill — Second Reading (16 July 2014)

Lord Carlile of Berriew: .... The canard has been sold—I think that is what you do with canards—wholesale that the Bill is directed mainly, even exclusively, at terrorism. That this is not so is demonstrated by one statistic from the Crown Prosecution Service—my noble friend Lord Macdonald adverted to this—which is that 95% of its serious and organised crime cases include evidence of this kind...

Attempted Suicides (Police Responsibilities) (15 July 2014)

Madeleine Moon: ...there were reports of robbery and assault combined. In fact, British Transport police currently prevent more people from taking their own life every year than there are robberies every year. Those statistics show the size of the problem that we have drifted into. The British Transport police are not alone in dealing with mental health issues. The Metropolitan police are reporting large...

Bills Presented: New Clause 3 — Transparency on data collection (15 July 2014) See 3 other results from this debate

James Brokenshire: ...provided, we seek to surface that as much as possible as part of the approach on transparency. As the commissioner made clear in his report, the Home Office was working with him to improve the statistics collected by public authorities. He identified a number of further elements in his report, including the total number of applications submitted, the total number of items of data...

Bills Presented: Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill (15 July 2014)

Dominic Raab: ...at hand. Finally, as so often in this House we are yet again reaching instinctively for legislation to deal with issues that really require a stronger law enforcement capability. The annual Home Office statistics released last September showed that total terrorism convictions had fallen by 57% compared with the level in 2006-07. I have long called for a more robust prosecutorial capacity...

Serious Crime Bill [HL]: Committee (3rd Day) (15 July 2014)

The Bishop of Durham: ...support the amendment tabled by the noble Lord, Lord Ponsonby, on behalf of myself and my colleague, the right reverend Prelate the Bishop of Truro, who chairs the Children’s Society. The Serious Crime Bill rightly seeks to update the law on neglect of children. We welcome the Bill and the Government’s commitment to seeking to improve the response to victims of emotional...

Child Abuse — Question (15 July 2014)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...—there is no better word for it—who are sometimes undetected or sometimes are detected but action on them is not followed through. When researching this Question, I was startled by some of the statistics, including that of the 16,500 children currently at high risk of child sexual exploitation. The Government intend to pursue the very points the noble Baroness has raised...

Written Answers — Home Department: DNA: Databases (15 July 2014)

Karen Bradley: The first category relates to searches carried out against the National DNA Database (NDNAD) of DNA profiles from outstanding serious crimes or for the identification of an unknown deceased person believed to be a UK national. The following figures are for requested searches undertaken on the basis of a direct request from the National Crime Agency (NCA) formerly Serious Organised Crime...

Written Answers — Home Department: Crimes of Violence: Females (14 July 2014)

Norman Baker: The information requested is not available from the police recorded data collected by the Home Office. While statistics are held on the number of recorded offences of grievous bodily harm and actual bodily harm, it is not possible to identify either the gender or the age of the victim from the aggregate returns. In addition, recorded crime data is not available at ward level.

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Scientific Procedures on Living Animals (10 July 2014)

Lord Taylor of Holbeach: My hon Friend the Minister of State for Crime Prevention (Norman Baker) has today made the following Written Ministerial Statement: My rt hon Friend the Home Secretary is today laying before the House “Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals—Great Britain—2013” (HC 372). Overall, the annual statistical report shows a very small (0.3%) increase in the...

Written Answers — Home Department: Cannabis (9 July 2014)

Norman Baker: The latest National Policing Commercial Cannabis Cultivation Problem Profile, published in 2012, includes statistics on the identification of cannabis farms across the UK. The main finding of the report is that there was a significant rise in the identification of cannabis farms in 2011/12, from 6866 in 2009/10, to 7660 cannabis farms in 2010/11 and 7865 cannabis farms in 2011/12. The...

Written Answers — Justice: Police Cautions (9 July 2014)

Damian Green: ... 331 301 250 265 199 3,287                               2013 Murder — — — — — — — — — — — — —   Sexual assault4 58 49 47 46 36 41 59 53 55 34 45 45 568   Rape5 1...

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