Proceeds of Crime

Home Office written question – answered on 26th February 2016.

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Photo of John Mann John Mann Labour, Bassetlaw

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what receipts were received by each police force from the proceeds of crime in 2015.

Photo of John Hayes John Hayes Minister of State (Home Office) (Security)

More assets were taken off criminals in 2014/15 than ever before. £199 million was recovered, and hundreds of millions more was frozen and put beyond the reach of criminals. The table below shows the total receipts from cash forfeited by each police force, and receipts from confiscation orders in the financial year 1 April 2014-31 March 2015.

The table includes data for England, Wales and Northern Ireland. However, the figures for the Police Service of Northern Ireland are for cash forfeitures only, as under the devolution settlement, all confiscation receipts are retained by Northern Ireland, and the Home Office holds no data.

Police Force

Total receipts from cash forfeiture orders and confiscation orders in the year 2014-15

Avon & Somerset Constabulary


Bedfordshire Police


British Transport Police


Cambridgeshire Constabulary


Cheshire Constabulary


City of London Police


Cleveland Police


Cumbria Constabulary


Derbyshire Constabulary


Devon & Cornwall Constabulary


Dorset Police


Durham Constabulary


Dyfed-Powys Police


Essex Police


Gloucestershire Constabulary


Greater Manchester Police


Gwent Police


Hampshire Constabulary


Hertfordshire Constabulary


Humberside Police


Kent Police


Lancashire Constabulary


Leicestershire Constabulary


Lincolnshire Police


Merseyside Police


Metropolitan Police Service


Norfolk Constabulary


North Wales Police


North Yorkshire Police


Northamptonshire Police


Northumbria Police


Nottinghamshire Police


Police Service of Northern Ireland


South Wales Police


South Yorkshire Police


Staffordshire Police


Suffolk Constabulary


Surrey Police


Sussex Police


Thames Valley Police


Warwickshire Police


West Mercia Constabulary


West Midlands Police


West Yorkshire Police


Wiltshire Constabulary


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