To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what estimate he has made of the (a) number and (b) proportion of successfully prosecuted cases for (i) violence against a person or persons, (ii) sexual offences, (iii) robbery, (iv) theft offences, (v) criminal damage and arson, (vi) drug offences, (vii) possession of a weapon or weapons, (viii) public order offences, (ix) miscellaneous crimes against society, (x) fraud offences, (xi) summary offences involving motoring, (xii) summary offences not involving motoring and (xiii) indictable offences in Wales in each year from 2013 to 2017.
Information requested can be found at the following published data tools from the Criminal Justice Statistics: December 2017 report (published May 2018):
Court Outcomes by Police Force Area
Out of Court Disposals
Remands: Magistrates’ Court
Remands: Crown Court
To limit the data to Wales in all of the above tools, select Welsh Police forces from the ‘Police Force Area’ filter.
For prosecutions, convictions and conviction ratios by court, age, offence group, offence type and ethnicity use the Court Outcomes by Police Force Area data tool.
Cautioning rates can be calculated using the Cautions pivot table in the Out of Courts Disposals data tool, which has a field to filter for ‘Offence group’.
Remand rates by age, sex, ethnicity and custodial sentence can be calculated using the Remands: Magistrates’ Court and Remands: Crown Court data tools.