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Written Answers — Justice: Prisons: Security (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: Operation Tornado is the code name used by the National Offender Management Service to describe mutual aid arrangements across the prison estate in England and Wales. These arrangements are in place to assist establishments response to serious incidents, such as concerted indiscipline, mass evacuation, etc., by providing specially trained resources above and beyond those already available at...

Written Answers — Justice: Prisons: Seized Articles (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: The following table shows the number of drug and mobile phone seizures in each prison in the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) London region in 2012. Prison Drugs Mobile phones Belmarsh 10 8 Brixton 18 15 Bronzefield 19 3 Coldingley 5 28 Downview 3 2 Feltham 21 45 High Down 2 35 Holloway 5 10 Isis—Opened March 2012 8 38 ...

Written Answers — Justice: Prisons: Staff (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: Information on the number of full-time equivalent staff employed in public and private sector Prison Service establishments each year since 2008 is contained in the following table. Information for 2013 has not yet been published and so has not been included in the table. The public sector and private sector estates are not directly comparable, in size, complexity or function. For example, in...

Written Answers — Justice: Prisons: Voluntary Work (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: The National Offender Management Service (NOMS) has issued two guidance documents to prison governors and directors of contracted prisons covering services provided by partner organisations, including those using volunteers. These are: ‘Prison Service Instruction 43/2010 Pre-Appointment Security Vetting’; and ‘Prison Service Instruction 31/2012 Security Vetting: Additional...

Written Answers — Justice: Racially Aggravated Offences (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: The ethnicity of the offenders found guilty at all courts of offences containing a racially aggravated description, in England and Wales, in each year from 2008 to 2012 (latest available) can be viewed in the table. Following the introduction of the Libra case management system during 2008, the recording of ethnicities improved and the numbers recorded as not stated or unknown decreased. For...

Written Answers — Justice: Rape (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: In 2012 the majority of offenders convicted of rape, sexual assault and grievous bodily harm received a custodial sentence. For rape, nearly all, 94% of offenders received a custodial sentence. For sexual assault more than half received a custodial sentence and for grievous bodily around two thirds received a custodial sentence. For the number of offenders found guilty at all courts and...

Written Answers — Justice: Referral Panels (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: The information requested is not held centrally. The responsibility for the recruitment of volunteers to youth offender panels lies with local authorities and their youth offending teams. Statutory guidance on youth offender panels states that youth offending teams must aim to recruit members to panels that are properly representative of the local community. Opportunities for participation in...

Written Answers — Justice: Reoffenders (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: Information on the length of time to be served upon recall to custody is not available within centrally held licence recall data sources. Information on the number of offenders recalled and those not returned to custody is routinely published within the Offender Management Statistics Quarterly bulletin. The latest available information on the number of offenders recalled to custody and not...

Written Answers — Justice: Reoffenders (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: Data on life sentence prisoners who commit offences of homicide are taken from the NOMS Public Protection Unit Database. The most recent figures were published in July 2012 and may be found at the following web address: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm ent_data/file/163377/2012-compendium-reoffending-stats-analy sis.pdf.pdf In the last two years there were four...

Written Answers — Justice: Rspca (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: Officials in my Department are currently establishing what information is held centrally to identify the prosecuting authority in each case. However, it is known that this information is not held centrally for periods prior to 2008 due to changes in the data collection method, and so the information requested could be obtained from court files only at disproportionate cost. I will write to my...

Written Answers — Justice: Rspca (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: Officials in my Department are currently establishing what information is held centrally to identify the prosecuting authority in each case. However, it is known that this information is not held centrally for periods prior to 2008 due to changes in the data collection method, and so the information requested could be obtained from court files only at disproportionate cost I will write to my...

Written Answers — Justice: Sentencing (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: Offenders sentenced at the Crown court, after being tried at the Crown court, for triable either-way offences, by offence group and sentence outcome, in England and Wales, from 2010 to 2012 (latest available), can be viewed in Table 1. Offenders sentenced at magistrates courts for triable either-way offences, by offence group and sentence outcome, in England and Wales, from 2010 to 2012...

Written Answers — Justice: Social Networking (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice is responsible for three Twitter accounts. The following Twitter accounts are monitored and updated across the Department, @mojgovuk, @mojpress, @mojubrennan. There is also a dormant account called @justicegovuk which is not managed or monitored.

Written Answers — Justice: Young Offenders (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice Court Proceedings Database holds information on defendants proceeded against, found guilty and sentenced for criminal offences in England and Wales. This database holds information on offences provided by the statutes under which proceedings are brought but not all the specific circumstances of each case. The Youth Justice Board centrally collate data on individuals...

Written Answers — Justice: Youth Custody: Barnsley (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice Court Proceedings Database holds information on defendants proceeded against, found guilty and sentenced for criminal offences in England and Wales. This database holds information on offences provided by the statutes under which proceedings are brought but not all the specific circumstances of each case. Information on where a defendant resides is not included in the...

Written Answers — Justice: Youth Work (2 Sep 2013)

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice provides funding to a number of youth work programmes. These include contributions to education for young offenders, the Troubled Families programme, grants made by the Youth Justice Board (YJB) to youth offending teams (YOT) to develop good practice and commission research and YJB grants to other organisations. £ million Funding details 2010-11 2011-12...

Syria and the Use of Chemical Weapons — Motion to Take Note (29 Aug 2013)

Baroness Uddin: ...UN report before any action is taken? The drive behind our proposed plans for a strike is focused on the responsibility to protect. That is hugely controversial, as has been said by the noble Lords, Lord Wright, Lord Jay and Lord West, among many other distinguished speakers. The arguments so far presented are flawed in their very inception. We need to allow the UN inspectors to do their...

Syria and the Use of Chemical Weapons (29 Aug 2013)

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Written Answers — Justice: Corruption (29 Aug 2013)

Jeremy Wright: The number of offenders found guilty at all courts of corruption-related offences, in England and Wales, in 2012 (the latest available), can be viewed in the table. Criminal court activity relating to fraud offences are reported within a wider offence group 'Fraud and forgery' in the Criminal Justice Statistics publication, which is released on a quarterly basis. On an annual basis, more...

Written Answers — Justice: Electronic Tagging (29 Aug 2013)

Jeremy Wright: The Ministry of Justice has not made an estimate of the relative cost per day of monitoring an individual using these two different technologies. Most of the electronic monitoring which takes place under the current contracts uses radio frequency technology. The next generation of electronic-monitoring contracts, currently out to tender, will provide for the use of both radio frequency and...


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