Theresa May: holding answer 27 June 2011 The ‘Policing in the 21st century: reconnecting police and the people Summary of consultation responses and next steps' document listed all respondents. A copy is in the Library of the House.
Theresa Villiers: holding answer 22 June 2011 Since May 2010 we have entered into an agreement for external legal advice to be provided in relation to the National Express East Anglia contract to a maximum value of £30,000. The Department has not carried out a public consultation in relation to this franchise.
Theresa May: The ‘Policing in the 21(st) century: reconnecting police and the people’ summary of consultation responses and next steps was published in December 2010. A copy is in the Library of the House.
Theresa May: holding answer 27 June 2011 Section 7 of the Crime and Security Act 2010 provision was brought into effect on 7 March 2011. It is not possible to separately identify arrests for qualifying offences under section 7 of the Crime and Security Act 2010 from data held centrally.
Theresa May: holding answer 23 June 2011 The total Home Office allocation for the Positive Futures programme in 2011-12 is £5,707,000. The allocations for the preceding three years were as follows: £ 2010-11 5,999,000 2009-10 5,999,000 2008-09 5,988,469 These figures include funding for the management and monitoring and analysis services.
Theresa May: holding answer 28 June 2011 The Cost of Cyber Crime, a report published in February 2011 by the Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance in the Cabinet Office, in partnership with Detica, estimates the most likely cost to the UK economy as £27 billion per annum.
Theresa May: holding answer 27 June 2011 I refer the right hon. Member to the answer of 18 October 2010, Official Report, column 521W. The US-UK extradition treaty is one of the matters being considered by the extradition review panel. The panel is expected to report back to the Government by the end of the summer 2011.
Theresa May: holding answer 23 June 2011 The Government are applying to the European Commission to opt in to the EU Directive on human trafficking. Subject to its acceptance, we will implement the requirements of the directive within two years.
Theresa May: holding answer 23 June 2011 A total of £3.75 million is being made available over two years, from April 2011, to three police forces areas where more than half of the country's knife crime occurs—London, Greater Manchester and the West Midlands. In London, the money is to be paid via the Greater London Authority.
Theresa May: holding answer 28 June 2011 The National Crime Agency Plan sets out the Government's plan for creating a Border Policing Command.
Theresa May: holding answer 27 June 2011 The National Crime Agency (NCA) Plan sets out the Government's plan for creating a Border Policing Command. The NCA Plan can be found at: http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publications/crime/nca-creation -plan
Theresa May: holding answer 27 June 2011 In 2010, the police forces of England and Wales had access to 31 helicopters operating from 29 bases. In 2011, there are currently 30 helicopters operating from 28 bases.
Theresa Villiers: ...to which safety recommendations from the Elsenham report can be applied, the nature of any changes and their installation dates, are an operational matter for Network Rail. The hon. Member may wish contact Network Rail's chief executive at the following address: David Higgins Chief Executive Network Rail Kings Place 90 York Way London, N1 9AG The Office of Rail Regulation, as the...
Theresa May: The Select Committee on Home Affairs said in February: “We accept that there is no simple relationship between numbers of police officers and levels of crime.” The Government agree.
Theresa May: The chaotic lives of drug addicts make it difficult for the Government to make an official estimate of the total number of people addicted to Class A drugs. However, for two drugs in this category—opiates and crack cocaine—the Government estimated in 2008-09 that there were more than 320,000 users in England. Figures for 2009-10 will be available later this year.
Theresa May: The Home Office is committed to protecting the public, controlling immigration, securing our borders and helping the police to combat and prevent crime and terrorism. I recently announced to the House the outcomes of our review of the Prevent strategy to counter radicalisation and our plans for a new national crime agency, which will be a powerful body of operational crime fighters who will...
Theresa Villiers: The Rail Accident Investigation Branch has confirmed that it will be conducting an investigation into the incident on 26 May 2011, and in particular, looking into First Capital Connect’s response to the train failure. Her Majesty's railway inspectorate is also carrying out an investigation in line with its regulatory role. I await the findings of these bodies who are responsible for...
Theresa May: I have not had any recent discussions with the devolved Administrations on this matter. While the system of stillbirth registration is very similar in England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, civil registration is a devolved service and a matter for each of the Administrations.
Theresa May: The Home Affairs Select Committee said in February: “we accept that there is no simple relationship between numbers of police officers and levels of crime”. The Government agrees.
Theresa May: The UK Human Trafficking Centre (UKHTC) is a core part of the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA). The National Crime Agency will bring together the specialist capabilities of SOCA, including the UKHTC and other agencies, into a single body that will drive an effective national response to all forms of organised crime.