Reoffenders: Sentencing

Ministry of Justice written question – answered on 27th February 2020.

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Photo of Philip Davies Philip Davies Conservative, Shipley

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, how many offenders in each police force area who were convicted but not sentenced to immediate custody in each year since 2010 had previously committed (a) zero, (b) one to four, (c) five to nine, (d) 10 to 15, (e) 16 to 25, (f) 26 to 50, (g) 51 to 75, (h) 76 to 100, (i) 101 to 150, (j) 151 to 200 and (k) 200 offences.

Photo of Chris Philp Chris Philp The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department

The number of offenders in each police force area who were convicted but not sentenced to immediate custody in each year since 2010 had previously committed (a) zero, (b) one to four, (c) five to nine, (d) 10 to 15, (e) 16 to 25, (f) 26 to 50, (g) 51 to 75, (h) 76 to 100, (i) 101 to 150, (j) 151 to 200 and (k) 200 offences can be viewed in the attached table.

Sentencing is a matter for our independent courts, who take into account all circumstances of the case, including any aggravating and mitigating factors. We are clear that sentencing must match the severity of a crime.

Table 511 (Excel SpreadSheet, 51.27 KB)

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