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Young Offender Institutions

Justice written question – answered on 18th July 2013.

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Photo of Seema Malhotra Seema Malhotra Labour, Feltham and Heston

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many governors (a) Feltham, (b) Ashfield, (c) Cookham Wood, (d) Downview, (e) Eastwood Park, (f) Hindley, (g) New Hall, (h) Parc, (i) Warren Hill, (j) Werrington and (k) Weatherby young offenders institutions has had in the last five years.

Photo of Jeremy Wright Jeremy Wright The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice

Information on the number of Governing Governors or Directors there have been in each of the establishments between 31 March 2008 and 31 March 2013 is contained in the following table. Governing Governors is the term used in the public sector whereas in the private sector the senior manager in charge of an establishment is known as a Director. Across all public sector establishments the average tenure of a Governing Governor is now around three years and four months.

Number of Governing Governors/Directors Between 31 March 2008 and 31 March 2013
  Number of Governing Governors/Directors
Feltham 1
Ashfield 3
Cookham Wood 3
Downview 2
Eastwood Park 3
Hindley 2
New Hall 3
Parc 1
Warren Hill 3
Werrington 3
Wetherby 2
Note: Where the Deputy Governor temporarily steps up to cover the post they are not included.

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