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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 (a) staff and (b) young offenders there were in (i) Feltham, (ii) Ashfield, (iii) Cookham Wood, (iv) Downview, (v) Eastwood Park, (vi) Hindley, (vii) New Hall, (viii) Parc, (ix) Warren Hill, (x) Werrington and (xi) Weatherby young offenders institutions in (A) 2010, (B) 2011, (C) 2012 and (D) 2013.

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

Information on the full-time equivalent staff in post and the number of young offenders in each of the establishments specified is contained in the following two tables. The staffing numbers provided refer to the entire establishment, even where it houses both young offenders and adults. Annual population data are reported as at 30 June. Population data for 30 June 2013 have not yet been published at the level of detail required in this question and are therefore not provided.

Table 1: Total staff in post (full-time equivalent) 30 June 2010, 2011 and 2012
  30 June 2010 30 June 2011 30 June 2012
Feltham 700 680 660
Ashfield 450 460 450
Cookham Wood 210 220 220
Downview 200 200 190
Eastwood Park 250 250 240
Hindley 410 410 390
New Hall 360 350 350
Parc(1) 60 70 70
Warren Hill 220 230 240
Warrington 170 170 180
Wetherby 370 400 420
(1) Staffing data refer only to the portion of the establishment housing young offenders.
Table 2: Young offender (age 15 to 20) population 30 June 2010, 2011 and 2012
  30 June 2010 30 June 2011 30 June 2012
Feltham 660 730 610
Ashfield 280 360 230
Cookham Wood 110 120 110
Downview 40 30 30
Eastwood Park 60 40 30
Hindley 330 340 . 260
New Hall 50 40 40
Parc 350 300 240
Warren Hill 180 120 140
Werrington 130 150 140
Wetherby 320 360 320
Note: Figures are rounded to the nearest 10

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