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Debate on the Address: The Economy and Work (26 May 2016)

Roger Mullin: ...hon. and learned Member for Rushcliffe (Mr Clarke) on Tuesday. In his peroration, he made these comments in referring to the Bill: “we in this country are very bad at dealing with white-collar crime, and there is growing awareness of that. If someone wishes to rob a bank, they go to the LIBOR market; they do not put on a balaclava and pick up a shotgun—that is much less...

Mental Health: Ensuring Equal Access to Mental and Physical Healthcare - Motion to Take Note (26 May 2016)

Baroness Brinton: ...police cell for 48 hours in Torbay because there was no acute mental health bed anywhere to be found. Imagine if that were your underage daughter, niece or granddaughter in severe distress, having committed no crime, in an alien criminal justice environment. But there was also a consequence for the acute hospital, as a nurse had to be with her the entire time, costing the hospital...

Written Answers — Home Office: Fraud (26 May 2016)

John Hayes: The Home Office collect statistics from the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) on the number of fraud offences recorded and these are published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in Tables A4 and A5 of the quarterly crime statistics at: justice/datasets/crimeinenglandandwalesappendixtables Although Action Fraud...

Written Answers — Home Office: European Arrest Warrants (26 May 2016)

James Brokenshire: The statistics provided by the National Crime Agency on their website: arrest-warrant-statistics are not broken down in the manner requested (i.e., by gender). Additionally they are only available by offence-type from calendar year 2010.

Written Answers — Home Office: Alternatives to Prison (26 May 2016)

Royston Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how community resolution agreements are recorded in crime statistics.

Written Answers — Home Office: Human Trafficking (25 May 2016)

Karen Bradley: The number of potential victims referred to the National Referral Mechanism by police is published by the National Crime Agency on an annual basis and can be found in a number of tables which can be accessed here: referral-mechanism-statistics Information on the numbers of potential victims taken to reception centres following...

Scottish Parliament: Taking Scotland Forward (25 May 2016)

Ruth Davidson: ...encourage people back into jobs, with a target to halve the disability employment gap. We will back and support measures in our prisons to cut reoffending with the review of all purposeful activity, so that more released criminals are freed not just from jail but from the cycle of crime. Finally, I turn to education. I welcome the First Minister’s focus on that topic in her speech....

Queen’s Speech - Debate (4th Day) (24 May 2016)

Lord Bridges of Headley: housed in reform prisons by the end of this year. A number of your Lordships, including the noble Lord, Lord Palmer of Childs Hill, said that what is really needed is more investment. I do not want to bandy lots of statistics around, but we are investing 1.3 billion to modernise the prison estate, building nine new prisons and creating 10,000 new prison places with better...

Written Answers — Home Office: Domestic Violence (24 May 2016)

Karen Bradley: Statistics on domestic violence are published combining domestic violence and abuse through the Office for National Statistics who are responsible for the publication of crime statistics, including those of domestic violence and abuse. Detailed information on domestic violence and abuse from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) is published annually in their Focus on: Violence and...

Defending Public Services (23 May 2016)

Jeff Smith: ...City Council has seen more than 350 million-worth of cuts over the past six years, resulting in cuts to leisure centres, libraries, road repairs, community mental health support and social workers. This is a statistic I have used in this place before, but if Manchester had our fair share of cuts—I am talking not about being protected from cuts, but about having our fair...

Written Answers — Home Office: European Arrest Warrants (23 May 2016)

James Brokenshire: Holding answer received on 23 May 2016 These statistics are available on the National Crime Agency Website at: arrest-warrant-statistics Figures for Scotland were not included prior to 2015.

Queen’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) (19 May 2016)

Lord Suri: ...into the real heart of our criminal justice and prison system. Reform has been long overdue. Significant manifesto changes have been postponed or cut down by successive Governments worried of being seen as soft on crime. The Prime Minister is right when he says that we should not “tolerate persistent failure”, and I wholeheartedly agree. We should never accept mediocrity in any...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (18 May 2016)

David Amess: ...serves as a timely reminder of how hard fought democracy is. That is why it is such a tragedy that there continues to be a low turnout in our local elections, and in our elections for police and crime commissioners. I just hope that there will be a big turnout for the referendum on 23 June. I congratulate my right hon. Friend the Member for Meriden (Mrs Spelman) and my hon. Friend the...

Written Answers — Home Office: Police (12 May 2016)

Mike Penning: ...under their primary function or role. Data for 31 March 2015 (the latest period for which figures are available) can also be found in the supplementary tables of the July 2015 police workforce statistics publication: ent_data/file/444537/police-workforce-supptabs-mar15.ods Reclassification of roles within a force can lead to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Cybercrime (12 May 2016)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: The most recently published crime statistics for England and Wales show that in the year ending December 2015 of the 617,618 fraud offences reported to the National Fraud Investigation Bureau, 14,347 (2.3%) were recorded under the Computer Misuse Act (i.e. cyber-dependent offences). This figure represented a 6% decrease compared to the year ending December 2014. While overall crime has fallen...

Domestic Violence Refuges — [Geraint Davies in the Chair] (11 May 2016)

Rupa Huq: receipt of mental health services, the homeless, and victims of domestic violence—but it is important to remember that sometimes people are in more than one of those categories. We have heard the statistics about two women being killed every week, which comes out as one every three days. The British crime survey says that one in four women will suffer domestic violence in their...

Written Answers — Home Office: Forced Marriage (10 May 2016)

Karen Bradley: ..., new e-learning for professionals, and the launch of short film aimed at deterring potential perpetrators. For the financial years 2014-16, the Home Office has allocated 200,000 to the FMU. Statistics on the number of cases of forced marriage investigated by the police are not collected centrally. The Crown Prosecution Service’s (CPS) most recent violence against women and...

Written Answers — Home Office: Offences against Children (9 May 2016)

Karen Bradley: ...7 Suspect convicted of lesser offence 4 2 8 2 1 Suspect committed suicide/died 5 4 3 5 8 Other outcome 10 1 12 8 16 1. Source: Homicide Index, Home Office 2. Police recorded crime data are not designated as National Statistics 3. As at 13 November 2015; figures are subject to revision as cases are dealt with by the police and by the courts, or as further information...

Written Answers — Home Office: Human Trafficking: Greater London (9 May 2016)

Mark Field: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, with reference to the National Crime Agency's National Referral Mechanism Statistics - End of year summary 2015, how many of the 1104 victims of trafficking identified in 2015 in the Metropolitan Police Force area were identified in each London borough.

Written Answers — Home Office: Cybercrime (9 May 2016)

Jack Dromey: ...for the Home Department, pursuant to the oral contribution of the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Home Office of 26 April 2016, Official Report, column 1363, on the Policing and Crime Bill, what steps she is taking to ensure that cybercrime is included in the crime statistics produced by the Office for National Statistics.

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