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Women Released from Prison (18 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Howarth. I congratulate the hon. Member for Ogmore (Chris Elmore) on securing a debate on such an important subject. He and many other speakers have made thoughtful and informative contributions and have raised several pertinent points that I will respond to. I share many of the concerns that have been raised today. Female offenders are...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Young Offenders: Criminal Records (18 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: We want to divert children from entering the criminal justice system in the first instance, with custody and other sanctions used only as a last resort. The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 primarily exists to support rehabilitation and enable the employment of reformed offenders who have stayed on the right side of the law. The current criminal records system strikes a balance between...

New Southgate Cemetery Bill [Lords] (17 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: I congratulate my right hon. Friend the Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers) on moving the Third Reading of this private Bill. I associate myself with her comments and those of my hon. Friend the Member for Christchurch (Mr Chope) with regard to the former Member for Enfield Southgate. In addition to all those comments, which I support, I would say that if there is one thing I...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Crime: Victims (17 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: We have committed to publishing a strategy for victims in early 2018 and representations on the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime (Victims’ Code) will help inform this work. We are engaging with victims, victims’ groups and criminal justice agencies and anticipate receiving further written representations as part of this process. I can confirm that the Department received...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Crime: Victims (17 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The Government is committed to publishing a strategy for victims in early 2018. We are engaging with victims, victims’ groups and criminal justice agencies to ensure that the strategy provides victims with the support they need to recover from the devastating effects of crime. As Minister with responsibility for victims’ policy, I attended the last meeting of the Victims’...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Victims' Commissioner (17 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The role of the Commissioner for Victims and Witnesses is defined in the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004. It is to promote the interests of victims and witnesses, encourage good practice in their treatment, and regularly review the operation of the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime. The Ministry of Justice Ministerial team hold regular meetings with the Victims’...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Crime: Victims (17 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The Commissioner for Victims and Witnesses regularly reviews the operation of the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime (Victims’ Code). Subsequent to publication of the Commissioner’s review concerning complaints and resolutions, the government issued a revised version of the Victims’ Code in October 2015. The revised Victims’ Code includes both an entitlement for...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Crime: Victims (17 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: On 18th January 2017 Baroness Williams of Trafford stated in the House of Lords that the Government was considering how to address a lack of awareness among victims of their rights under the code. Baroness Williams further stated that the Government is considering how compliance with the code might be improved or monitored, and exploring how those responsible for the delivery of rights and...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Domestic Violence: Convictions (17 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The Ministry of Justice does not hold this data. Offences involving domestic abuse can take various forms and are prosecuted under the offence in law that best reflects their nature and circumstances, for example, harassment, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, a public order offence. These offences can take the form of domestic abuse or non-domestic abuse and data collected from courts...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Ministry of Justice: Government Property Unit (17 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The information requested is not held centrally.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Young Offenders: Criminal Records (16 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The Ministry of Justice holds information on individuals who have received a caution or conviction for recordable offences since 2000 on the Police National Computer. But it does not hold centrally the information necessary to indicate the number of people in Wales who have a criminal record for offences committed under the age of 18. To collate it would incur disproportionate cost....

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Criminal Injuries Compensation: Offences Against Children (16 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The information requested could only be obtained at disproportionate costs.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Ministry of Justice: Cybercrime (16 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The Ministry of Justice follows the approach outlined in Procurement Policy Note 09/14, which - where appropriate - requires its suppliers and contractors to demonstrate adherence to the Cyber Essentials requirements. In many situations, suppliers are contractually obliged to exceed this standard, such as when involved in the delivery of the department's IT services. As assurance is carried...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Criminal Proceedings: Minority Groups (16 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The Government is considering carefully all the recommendations made by David Lammy in his review and will respond in full, in due course. As part of my Department’s work stemming from the Race Disparity Audit published on 10 October we have confirmed that, in advance of our full response, we are able to accept four recommendations from the Review. These relate to the principle of...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisoners: Gender Recognition (16 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The information requested is available at the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/prisoner-transgende r-statistics-march-to-april-2016. Updated figures will be published next month.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisoners: Gender Recognition (16 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: This information requested is not held centrally, and could be obtained only at disproportionate cost.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Drugs (16 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The Drug Recovery Wings (DRWs) pilots were launched in 2011/2012 in eight men’s and two women’s prisons in England and Wales running until 2015. The DRWs focussed primarily on drug and alcohol misusing offenders sentenced to between 3-12 months in custody, but the scope was extended in 2012 to include those on remand and those serving longer sentences who were in their last year...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisoners: Gender Recognition (16 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: This information is not held centrally and could be obtained only at disproportionate cost.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Human Trafficking: Criminal Injuries Compensation (16 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: The information requested is not held centrally.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Dangerous Driving: Young People (16 Oct 2017)

Phillip Lee: An offender cannot be treated as an adult if they are under the age of 18 on the date of conviction. These offenders will receive a disposal under the youth sentencing framework. Where an offender turns 18 between the commission of the offence and the date of conviction they will then receive an adult sentence, although when setting the length and requirements of the sentence the court...


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