Proceeds of Crime

Home Department written question – answered on 29th February 2012.

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Photo of Paul Goggins Paul Goggins 29th February 2012

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what the total value was of criminal assets (a) frozen and (b) recovered by (i) each police force in England and Wales, (ii) the Serious Organised Crime Agency and (iii) HM Revenue and Customs in (A) each of the last five years and (B) the year to date.

Photo of Nick Herbert Nick Herbert The Minister for Policing and Criminal Justice, The Minister for Policing and Criminal Justice 29th February 2012

The value of frozen criminal assets is not held centrally. Information on the value of criminal assets recovered by each police force in each of the last five years is available in the House Library. Figures for the Serious Organised Crime Agency and HM Revenue and Customs are as follows:

£
  Agency
Total value of criminal assets recovered in: HM Revenue and Customs Serious Organised Crime Agency
2006-07 37,028.857.36 6,030,327.70
2007-08 30.925,975.75 8.363,806.02
2008-09 29,157.014.72 18.081,908.67
2009-10 27,583,852.55 18.432,223.79
2010-11 23.630,083.56 15,926,818.08
2011-12 (y.t.d. September) 13.296,028.50 6,768,859.80

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