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Women: Economic Empowerment — Motion to Take Note (5 March 2015)

Baroness Uddin: ...powerful and respected women leaders present in your Lordships’ House will know, economic emancipation and opportunity remain far out of reach for the majority of Asian women lying at the wrong end of the statistics regarding employment, education and political participation. Too many minority women lack opportunities for mainstream lives and economic empowerment. I am truly...

Written Answers — Home Office: Human Trafficking: Albania (5 March 2015) See 1 other result from this answer

John Randall: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many of the 449 potential victims of trafficking from Albania referred to in the National Crime Agency's National Referral Mechanism Statistics 2014 have received a (a) positive Reasonable Grounds decision, (b) positive Conclusive Grounds decision, (c) negative Reasonable Grounds decision and (d) negative Conclusive Grounds decision...

Opposition Day: [Un-allotted Half Day] — Future Government Spending (4 March 2015)

Mark Hendrick: ...have been cut from front-line policing roles in Lancashire, accounting for 10% of the whole of the Lancashire police force. The cut in Government spending on front-line policing in Lancashire has had a direct impact on local crime. Since 2013, drug crimes have risen in Preston, and domestic burglaries have gone up by an average of nearly 6% over the last five years. Offences involving...

Written Answers — Home Office: Crime: Victims (4 March 2015)

Michael Penning: ...the British Transport Police from 2009/10 – 2013/14 (data is from the Independent Police Complaints Commission). Data is not collected on whether the complainant in each case is a victim of crime. Full statistics on police complaints are published by the Independent Police Complaints Commission on its website; this includes a breakdown of the number of complaints by police...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Birds of Prey (27 February 2015)

George Eustice: The Health and Safety Executive publishes statistics of reported pesticide incidents involving wildlife under the Wildlife Incident Investigation Scheme (WIIS). Maps of birds of prey poisoning in England and Wales were last published in 2013. The UK National Wildlife Crime Unit (NWCU) gathers intelligence on crimes against wildlife. Prosecution statistics do not identify either the nature of...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Drugs: North West (26 February 2015)

Rob Wilson: The information requested falls within the responsibility of the UK Statistics Authority. I have asked the Authority to reply. ONS Letter to Members - Crime (PDF Document, 110.69 KB)

Mental Health Services — Question for Short Debate (25 February 2015)

Baroness Warwick of Undercliffe: ...children and young people. As we await the findings and recommendations of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services taskforce, I welcome this opportunity to consider the disturbing statistics that have prompted its work. We know that childhood and the teenage years are where patterns are set for the future. A child with good mental health is more likely to develop healthy...

Modern Slavery Bill — Report (2nd Day) (25 February 2015)

Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon: ...victims, we have a current visa system that facilitates trafficking, undermining the very purpose of this Bill. I regularly come into contact with families and individuals who have been victims of crime and injustice. My first piece of advice is that they must speak out and seek help. The Minister for Modern Slavery and Organised Crime in the other place agrees. In a Radio 4 programme the...

Gaza — [Mr Jim Hood in the Chair] (25 February 2015)

Richard Burden: ...figures do bear repeating. The last big military conflict there, Operation Protective Edge, left 2,205 Gazans dead; 1,483 were civilians and 521 were children. The reason I say that is not just to give the statistics, but to pose the question: what if that happened here? In the UK, it would have meant that 76,800 people were killed; 51,456 would have been civilians and 18,000 would have...

Police Numbers (Wales) (24 February 2015)

Lynne Featherstone: ..., as elsewhere, and that is reflected by the level of the debate we have had today. We recognise the enormous impact that seeing officers on the street has in reassuring the public and deterring crime. While we remain absolutely committed to the principles of visible community policing, we have had to be realistic about the tight financial constraints within which we have to operate public...

Isil: New Clause 8 — Child sexual exploitation (23 February 2015)

William Cash: ...in hospitals in November 2014 alone, and of those 466 were newly identified cases. That is very alarming and unacceptable, and there is an urgent need to prevent the number growing further. This is an unforgiveable crime. It is beyond imagination that it is going on, and indeed that it is increasing exponentially at the rate I have described. I am glad that the Government have brought...

Written Answers — Home Office: Crime: North West (23 February 2015)

Lynne Featherstone: All forms of hate crime are deplorable and it’s important that victims are protected and have the confidence to come forward. The Government is driving forward work to tackle hostility and hate crime. We have toughened up sentencing and are working closely with the police and other agencies to increase reporting, improve support and prevent these terrible crimes happening in the first...

Written Answers — Home Office: Crimes of Violence: Greater London (23 February 2015)

Lynne Featherstone: ...the process of policy development and delivery. As was the case with previous administrations, it is not the Government's practice to provide details of all such meetings. According to the latest crime figures published by the Office for National Statistics, the Crime Survey for England and Wales shows violent crime is down by 23% under this Government, and this is supported by NHS data...

Royal Assent: Mental Health and Well-being of Londoners (12 February 2015)

Jane Ellison: ...last year, the Mayor made clear that mental health is an issue for everyone who lives and works in the capital. The report attempted to quantify, as far as possible, the impact of mental ill health on Londoners in order to gauge the scale of the problem. I shall not repeat the statistics, but they show that there is a considerable impact not only on individuals and their families, but on...

Written Answers — Home Office: Driving under Influence (11 February 2015)

Lynne Featherstone: ...The requested data is not collected centrally by the Home Office. Home Office collects arrest data for notifiable offences at offence group level. The Home Office also collected police recorded crime data at offence code level for notifiable offences. Road traffic offences, including drink-driving, using a handheld mobile phone while driving and dangerous driving are non-notifiable...

Written Answers — Home Office: Driving under Influence (11 February 2015)

Lynne Featherstone: ...The requested data is not collected centrally by the Home Office. Home Office collects arrest data for notifiable offences at offence group level. The Home Office also collected police recorded crime data at offence code level for notifiable offences. Road traffic offences, including drink-driving, using a handheld mobile phone while driving and dangerous driving are non-notifiable...

Written Answers — Home Office: Driving Offences: Mobile Phones (11 February 2015)

Lynne Featherstone: ...The requested data is not collected centrally by the Home Office. Home Office collects arrest data for notifiable offences at offence group level. The Home Office also collected police recorded crime data at offence code level for notifiable offences. Road traffic offences, including drink-driving, using a handheld mobile phone while driving and dangerous driving are non-notifiable...

Written Answers — Home Office: Dangerous Driving (11 February 2015)

Lynne Featherstone: The requested data is not collected centrally by the Home Office. Home Office collects arrest data for notifiable offences at offence group level. The Home Office also collected police recorded crime data at offence code level for notifiable offences. Road traffic offences, including drink-driving, using a handheld mobile phone while driving and dangerous driving are non-notifiable...

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