Departmental Internet

Home Department written question – answered on 26th November 2008.

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Photo of Theresa May Theresa May Shadow Minister (Women), Shadow Leader of the House of Commons

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department for which Government websites her Department is responsible; how many visitors each received in the last period for which figures are available; and what the cost of maintaining each site was in that period.

Photo of Phil Woolas Phil Woolas Minister of State (also in the Home Office), Home Office, Minister of State (also in the Home Office), HM Treasury

The following table shows visitors received to from April 2007 to March 2008.

The costs for all Home Office sites are embedded in budgets across the Department and could be extracted only at disproportionate cost.

Home Office sites—not including sub-domains—Visitors April 2007 to March 2008 (where statistics are available)
It doesn't have to happen—Bebo marketing site
Know your limits
Talk to FRANK (joint HO and DH)
Assets recovery
Identity theft (in partnership with a lot of other people)
Official Neighbourhood and Home Watch Website
Secure your fertiliser (Run by CPNI)
Life in the UK Test
Neighbourhood policing
Police Could You—recruitment website—1,284,558
Think U Know
Home Office—9,789,046
Home Office agencies and NDPBs (24)
Advisory Board on Naturalisation and Immigration
Advisory Panel on Country Information
Animal Procedures Committee—7,211
Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure
Criminal Records Bureau
Family Records Centre
Financial Investigator Support System
Forensic Science Service
General Register Office
Independent Police Complaints Commission
Independent Safeguarding Authority
Investigatory Powers Tribunal
National Anti-Fraud Network
National Counter Terrorism Security Office
National Refugee Integration Forum
Office of Surveillance Commissioners
Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner
Security Industry Authority
UK Visas

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