Home Department written question – answered on 30th March 2006.

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Photo of David Davies David Davies Conservative, Monmouth

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many prisoners refused parole and released on their non parole release date in each of the past five years were subsequently (a) recalled to prison before their sentence expiry date and (b) reconvicted after their sentence expiry date for (i) firearms offences, (ii) drugs offences, (iii) violent crimes, (iv) theft and burglary and (v) other offences.

Photo of Fiona Mactaggart Fiona Mactaggart Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Home Office)

Table 10.8 of the Offender Management Caseload Statistics 2004, a copy of which is in the Library of the House, shows the number of recalls of determinate sentence prisoners serving sentences of four years or more. To break the figure down further in respect of offence type would incur disproportionate costs. Reconvictions of offenders after their sentence expiry date are not held centrally and could only be obtained at disproportionate cost.

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