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Unpaid Fines: Wales

Justice written question – answered on 24th January 2011.

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Photo of Jonathan Djanogly Jonathan Djanogly The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice

The amount of financial penalties outstanding in each of the Wales justice regions is:

Dyfed Powys Gwent North Wales South Wales
2006-07 3,498,109 5,631,898 6,203,903 11,894,720
2007-08 3,324,554 5,857,625 6,367,895 10,004,091
2008-09 3,955,288 5,903,094 7,303,005 9,879,205
2009-10 4,325,342 5,617,483 8,598,513 10,466,440

The amount outstanding can relate to fines imposed in that year or any previous year as fines are not always paid in the period which they are imposed and includes fines which are being paid in accordance with payment plans and the outstanding balance is therefore not all in arrears.

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