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Preventing and Combating Violence Against Women and Domestic Violence (Ratification of Convention) Bill: Recommendations by GREVIO and the Committee of the Parties (24 Feb 2017)

Philip Davies: ...the Government having to produce a breakdown of how much they are spending on victims of violence and domestic violence, broken down by men and women. Men are nearly twice as likely as women to be the victim of a violent crime—1.3% of women interviewed for the crime survey reported being victims of violence in 2014-15, compared with 2.4% of men. When it comes to the most serious...

Backbench Business: Road Traffic Law Enforcement — [Mike Gapes in the Chair] (23 Feb 2017)

Richard Burden: ...he please undertake one? Can he also assure us that he will speak to his Home Office colleagues to ensure that forces send through accurate and timely casualty reports, which are essential? What meetings has he had with the Association of Chief Police Officers following the report from the Transport Committee and the latest statistics for the number of officers involved in road safety...

Written Answers — Home Office: European Arrest Warrants (23 Feb 2017)

Brandon Lewis: Each year the National Crime Agency publishes statistics on the number of European Arrest Warrants (EAW) received by the UK. These figures include a breakdown of the number of surrenders and arrests, number of EAWs received from each country by nationality of the person requested and offence. The figures are published at:

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Government Transparency Report (23 Feb 2017)

Amber Rudd: ...will be made available in the Vote Office. In view of the ongoing threat from terrorism, which remains at SEVERE, meaning an attack is highly likely, and the persistent threats from organised crime and hostile state activity, it is vital that our law enforcement, and security and intelligence agencies can use disruptive and investigatory powers to counter those threats and to keep the...

Scottish Parliament: Tackling Islamophobia (23 Feb 2017)

Angela Constance: Mr Sarwar is absolutely right to point to an increase in Islamophobia in terms of crimes reported. The most recent hate crime statistics, which were published by the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, show an increase in the number of charges where conduct was derogatory to Islam from 71 to 134. We know that that is not attributable to a single event pattern; it is due to a general...

Police Grant (22 Feb 2017)

Steve Double: ...Blomfield). As in all areas of public services, the police service has historically been underfunded in rural areas for too long. This has often been based a false perception about the nature of crime and policing in rural areas when compared with cities and other urban areas. The notion that crime in rural areas is little more than the occasional break-in to a garden shed or something of...

Scottish Parliament: LGBT History Month Scotland 2017 (21 Feb 2017)

Ross Thomson: ...proactively and expediently stamp out discrimination whenever it rears its ugly head. It is still a black mark on our society that one in six LGBTI people in Scotland has been the victim of a hate crime in the past three years, but so many of those vicious crimes go unreported because of lack of confidence in, and fear of further prejudice from, the police or the system. Prejudice is an...

Written Answers — Home Office: Cybercrime (20 Feb 2017)

Brandon Lewis: The Home Office collects and publishes data annually on the primary function of police officers, as part of the ‘Police workforce, England and Wales’ statistical bulletins. These data include officers whose primary function is ‘Cyber Crime’ and are available in the accompanying data tables on

Written Answers — Home Office: Fraud (20 Feb 2017)

Brandon Lewis: ...England and Wales, including offences recorded by Action Fraud. These data, which are published by the ONS, are available on their website at: justice#datasets (see ‘Crime in England and Wales: Appendix tables’ – Table A4). The Home Office also collects data on the number of dissemination packages that were...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prostitution: Convictions (20 Feb 2017)

Phillip Lee: The number of defendants proceeded against at magistrates courts and found guilty at all courts under section 53A of the Sexual Offences Act 2003, as amended by Section 14 of the Policing and Crime Act 2009, in England and Wales from 2010 to 2015 (latest available) can be viewed in the following table. The number of persons proceeded against at magistrates' courts and found guilty at all...

Written Answers — Home Office: Cybercrime (15 Feb 2017)

Brandon Lewis: ...Wales, including offences recorded under the Computer Misuse Act. These data, which are published by the ONS, are available on their website at justice#datasets (see ‘Crime in England and Wales: Appendix tables’ – Table A4). The Home Office does not hold information on the number of recorded fraud offences that...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Abortion: Gender Selection (10 Feb 2017)

Nicola Blackwood: The Serious Crime Act 2015 contains a requirement that an assessment be carried out into evidence of gender abortions occurring in England, Wales and Scotland. In August 2015, the Department published an Assessment of termination of pregnancy on grounds of the sex of the foetus on the website at: ds-of-sex-of-the-foetus A...

Written Answers — Home Office: Domestic Violence (8 Feb 2017)

Sarah Newton: ...abuse incidents for 2015/16 were published in the cross-Governmental bulletin ‘Domestic abuse in England and Wales’ which can be found here: justice/bulletins/domesticabuseinenglandandwales/yearendingm arch2016 Information prior to 2015/16 is only available for domestic abuse incidents. These data are not comparable...

Brexit: UK-EU Security (EUC Report) - Motion to Take Note (7 Feb 2017)

Lord Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood: ...have yet managed to extradite him. To my mind, based on that experience it is really quite difficult to exaggerate the huge benefit of the EAW to the goal of attaining justice with regard to cross-border crime and so forth, and avoiding safe havens for criminals across Europe. Undoubtedly, it has promoted speedier, cheaper, more streamlined and, I would argue, fairer processes overall than...

Crime (Assaults on Emergency Services Staff) (7 Feb 2017)

Holly Lynch: ...attacked while on duty. What has shocked me, and what thoroughly depresses police officers, is that sentences handed down to offenders for assaulting the police often fail to reflect the seriousness of the crime or, more crucially, to serve as a deterrent. To assault a police officer is to show a complete disregard for law and order, our shared values and democracy itself, and that must be...

Serious Fraud Office — [Albert Owen in the Chair] (7 Feb 2017)

Nick Thomas-Symonds: a good figure, but, looking at the director’s evidence to the Justice Committee, it came about because there were two defendants who ended up not being fit to stand trial, which severely affects the statistics, because we are dealing with such a small number of cases. Similarly, although the confiscation rates are important, they do not show appreciation for the fact that not...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Fire reform (7 Feb 2017)

Brandon Lewis: ...reform agenda is based around three distinct pillars: efficiency and collaboration, accountability and transparency, and workforce reform. The Government has legislated through the Policing and Crime Act 2017 to transform local fire and rescue governance, enabling police and crime commissioners to become the fire and rescue authority where a strong local case is made. The Act also creates...

Domestic Ivory Market — [Mr Graham Brady in the Chair] (6 Feb 2017)

Pauline Latham:, and people can buy ivory only because it has been trafficked in the first place. Therefore, the ways in which those three elements are addressed must be considered in a coherent fashion. Elephant poaching is a heinous crime. It not only entails the brutal killing of magnificent animals, but threatens the lives of rangers. I said previously that about 1,000 wildlife officers attempting...

Written Answers — Home Office: Road Traffic Offences: Fixed Penalties (6 Feb 2017)

Brandon Lewis: The Home Office publishes data on the number of offences dealt via a fixed penalty notice (FPNs) by each police force in the ‘Police Powers and Procedures, England and Wales’ statistical publication. This covers all offences dealt with via a fixed penalty notice, but does not include those dealt with via prosecution or driver retraining courses. These data are collected and...

Written Answers — Home Office: Police (6 Feb 2017)

Brandon Lewis: ...;s reforms will allow for faster progress on equality and Diversity. For example, new entry routes to policing are proving attractive and increasing the diversity of the police workforce. Police and Crime Commissioners and the College of Policing as the professional body for policing in England and Wales are playing a key role in ensuring improvements in forces, and for the first time we...

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