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Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Custodial Treatment: Location (12 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...origin location was 8,911. Around 97% of prisoners have an origin location, which is an address that is recorded in our central IT system. If no address is given, an offender’s committal court address, next-of-kin or discharge address is used as a proxy for the area in which they are resident. Those with no recorded origin are typically foreign nationals or those recently received into...

Imprisonment for Public Protection — [Sir Edward Leigh in the Chair] (11 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...for a range of offences, including serious assault, threats to kill, arson and a range of other offences that we have heard about today; those are, of course, serious, but I do not think that the courts at the time envisaged what the full consequences would be. Indeed, there is a Court of Appeal authority, from the case of Lang, which, importantly, limited the ways in which IPP sentences...

United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority Pension Transfers (Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Investigation) (11 Jun 2019)

Ed Vaizey: ...support and I hope that the Bill will continue to receive support should it receive a Second Reading. Question put and agreed to. Ordered, That Mr Edward Vaizey, Richard Benyon, Sir Paul Beresford, Robert Courts, Stephen Crabb, Annelise Dodds, John Howell, Sir Oliver Letwin, Layla Moran, Victoria Prentis, Dr Sarah Wollaston and Mohammad Yasin present the Bill. Mr Edward Vaizey accordingly...

National Insurance Contributions (Termination Awards and Sporting Testimonials) Bill: Effects of termination awards provisions (10 Jun 2019)

...Stephen Barclay John Baron Guto Bebb Paul Beresford Jake Berry Bob Blackman Peter Bone Peter Bottomley Andrew Bowie Ben Bradley Suella Braverman Jack Brereton Andrew Bridgen Steve Brine Fiona Bruce Robert Buckland Alex Burghart Conor Burns Alistair Burt Alun Cairns Gregory Campbell James Cartlidge Bill Cash Maria Caulfield Alex Chalk Rehman Chishti Jo Churchill Colin Clark Greg Clark...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Electronic Tagging (10 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...offenders in the community and defendants on bail. It supports probation staff and the police in managing offenders and defendants safely in the community, delivering the orders of the court and help them tackle the problems which lead to offending. The table below shows the average number of people1 subject to electronic monitoring as a condition of a supervision order and Home...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Electronic Tagging (10 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...366 tags were issued to individuals being supervised (i.e. cases where an offender was supervised under statutory supervision by Probation Services, and not including individuals who were on court imposed bail). An independent qualitative process evaluation of the GPS location monitoring pilot was published in February 2019: ‘Process evaluation of the Global Positioning System (GPS)...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Electronic Tagging (10 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: The Secretary of State for Justice announced in February this year the roll out of GPS location monitoring. A wide range of offenders are eligible for the new tags, including those subject to court-imposed bail, community orders and suspended sentence orders, as well as those on Home Detention Curfew and indeterminate sentenced prisoners released by the Parole Board. We are monitoring the...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Homicide: Sentencing (10 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...given a life sentence as this sentence is fixed by law. The Ministry of Justice does not hold full information on the tariff period (the minimum period that must be spent in custody) set by the court when imposing a mandatory life sentence. Information may be held in individual court records but to be able to identify these cases we would have to access individual court records which...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Antisocial Behaviour: Leigh (10 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: .... The number of defendants prosecuted for breaching an Anti-Social Behaviour Order (ASBO) or a Criminal Behaviour Order (which replaced the ASBO in 2014) by police force area can be found in the Court outcomes by Police Force Area data tool found here: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/ system/uploads/attachment_data/file/804509/court-outcomes-by -PFA-2018.xlsx...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Alternatives to Prison (10 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...case to abolish or restrict the use of sentences of six months or less, with some exceptions, and we are working towards having firm proposals by the summer. The sentencing framework already gives courts the flexibility to select community order requirements which are a robust alternative to custody, and are tailored to address the specific issues that contribute to reoffending. Community...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Offences Against Children: Compensation (10 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: ..., it is almost exclusively a secondary disposal and will usually be accompanied by another sentencing outcome such as immediate custody. Data presented in this PQ response is from administrative court records and needs to be considered in the context it is collected. In some court cases especially for the most serious offences, courts may prioritise recording of the primary disposals (such...

Employment - Motion to Take Note (6 Jun 2019)

Lord Leigh of Hurley: My Lords, why the focus on employment? I have always considered this to be central to our country’s success and quality of life. This fact was brought home to me by my right honourable friend Robert Halfon MP, who, having lost Harlow by 97 votes in 2005, went on to win well in 2010. He is disabled and not mobile. He told me the story that during his campaign he had to have a new tyre for...

Rehabilitation of Offenders (5 Jun 2019)

...Bebb Henry Bellingham Richard Benyon Paul Beresford Jake Berry Bob Blackman Crispin Blunt Peter Bottomley Andrew Bowie Ben Bradley Graham Brady Jack Brereton Andrew Bridgen Steve Brine Fiona Bruce Robert Buckland Alex Burghart Conor Burns Alistair Burt Alun Cairns James Cartlidge Maria Caulfield Alex Chalk Jo Churchill Colin Clark Greg Clark Simon Clarke James Cleverly Geoffrey...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (5 Jun 2019)

Robert Courts: Seventy-five years ago tonight, the first steps in the liberation of Europe were taken by the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, when they flew by glider to liberate Pegasus bridge. As the Dakotas over Normandy commemorate this feat, will my right hon. Friend join me in celebrating and commemorating all the ordinary and yet extraordinary men and women, from every corner of our...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisoners: Homelessness (5 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...Tool (BCS) is completed on entry to custody for all prisoners for each calendar year 2015-2018. It therefore will include a mix of those received into custody on remand and those sentenced from court. Using just the BCS, there is no way to determine which of those received into custody on remand were released un-convicted, therefore it is important to stress that this data covers...

Cost of Policing Football — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (4 Jun 2019)

Gill Furniss: ...football. The third problem facing the police is that despite the rise in disorder over recent years, they are able to recover only a small proportion of the money they spend on policing. Mark Roberts, the football policing lead for the National Police Chiefs’ Council, has put the cost of policing professional football matches in England and Wales at over £48 million a year, of which...

Public Bill Committee: Parliamentary Buildings (Restoration and Renewal) Bill: The Parliamentary Works Sponsor Body (4 Jun 2019)

Chris Matheson: ...easier to get blood from a stone than to get justice for their members. Compensation was received from only some of the culprits, after lengthy legal battles. One such construction company was Sir Robert McAlpine. Last December at the commencement of yet another legal action, the company said that “Blacklisting in construction was, until 2009, an industry-wide issue…most of the largest...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisoners (4 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: ..., down from 24.5% in the previous year. As part of prison reform, the long-term goal is to reduce crowding, while maintaining sufficient capacity in the prison estate to manage the demands of the courts and the sentenced population as efficiently as possible. This level is kept under constant review, considering fluctuations in the prison population and useable capacity across the estate...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Prison Violence (4 Jun 2019)

Robert Buckland: My hon. Friend will be reassured to know that that sort of conduct and criminality is dealt with in two ways. The first is by the criminal courts. The recent Act promoted by the hon. Member for Rhondda (Chris Bryant) covers prison officers, and I pay tribute to him for that. The second is via an internal process by which prisoners face consequences such as privileges being removed and...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Social Services: Prosecutions (29 May 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...for that person’s care The offences do not specify whether or not the defendant was a social worker nor do they specify the age of the victim. Detailed information may be held on individual court records but to be able to identify these cases we would have to access these individual court records which would be of disproportionate cost.


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