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Title: Mortgage and landlord possession statistics, England and Wales - October to December 2009 (NS)

Release date: 11 February 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: People and Places | Department: Justice | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: The quarterly releases present statistics on possession actions issued in county courts by mortgage lenders and social and private landlords in England and Wales. Note that the figures represent court actions for possession and not actual homes repossessed, as not all possession orders are enforced.

Title: Local Adult Reoffending - October 2008 to September 2009

Release date: 18 February 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Justice | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: The latest statistics on the reoffending of adults on the probation caseload, released by the Ministry of Justice. The quarterly release presents statistics on the reoffending of adults under supervision of the probation service in England and Wales. Data are available at the regional, probation area and local authority level. The release also measures progress on local targets to reduce reoffending: National Indicator 18 – Adult reoffending rates for those under probation supervision.

Title: End of custody licence releases and recalls - January 2010

Release date: 26 February 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Justice | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: Monthly statistical release on the numbers released from prison on end of custody licence and offenders recalled back to prison during the end of custody licence period. The publication contains details on releases by offence group, sentence length, age, ethnic group and establishment, and recalls by reason for recall. These data are now in the Offender Management Statistics Quarterly Bulletins. http://www.justice.gov.uk/statistics/prisons-and-probation/oms-quarterly/oms-quarterly-editions

Title: Crown Prosecution Service - Conditional cautioning data - Quarter 3 October to December 2009

Release date: 01 March 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Justice | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: Conditional Cautioning was brought in by the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and is operated under a statutory Code of Practice. The Code of Practice requires the Director of Public Prosecutions to issue supporting guidance. Offences suitable for Conditional Cautioning are set out at Annex A of the sixth edition of the DPP’s Guidance. Conditional Cautions are one of a range of out of court disposals and provide an effective, swift and speedy resolution in appropriate cases. At present a Conditional Caution can be administered where an offender aged 18 or over, on admitting the offence, accepts a caution with condition(s). If the conditions are complied with or completed within the timescales determined by the prosecutor, the case is finalised and there is no prosecution. If, however, the conditions are not complied with, a prosecution may follow.

Title: Knife Crime Sentencing - Quarter 4, October to December 2009

Release date: 04 March 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Justice | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: The publication describes trends in cautioning and sentencing, probation supervision and prison population for possession of a knife or offensive weapon in England and Wales. It provides early indications of trends and is planned as a temporary release to cover the life and impact of the Tackling Knives Action Programme, which was launched to focus resources on rapid, intensive work in 10 areas of England and Wales to tackle knife crime.

Title: Magistrates’ Courts Time Intervals Survey, England and Wales - December 2009 (NS)

Release date: 04 March 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Justice | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: The quarterly release presents results from a one-week survey of criminal cases completed in magistrates' courts in England and Wales. The publication contains estimates of the average time between key milestone dates in a case, broken down by case type and criminal justice area. It is a key source of data on timeliness in the criminal justice system.

Title: Court Statistics Quarterly - October to December 2009 (NS)

Release date: 25 March 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Justice | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: These quarterly reports relate to the criminal and civil business of the family, county, crown and magistrates' courts in England and Wales.

Title: End of custody licence releases and recalls - February 2010

Release date: 31 March 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Justice | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: Monthly statistical release on the numbers released from prison on end of custody licence and offenders recalled back to prison during the end of custody licence period. The publication contains details on releases by offence group, sentence length, age, ethnic group and establishment, and recalls by reason for recall. These data are now in the Offender Management Statistics Quarterly Bulletins. http://www.justice.gov.uk/statistics/prisons-and-probation/oms-quarterly/oms-quarterly-editions

Title: End of custody licence releases and recalls - March and April 2010

Release date: 30 April 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Justice | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: Monthly statistical release on the numbers released from prison on end of custody licence and offenders recalled back to prison during the end of custody licence period. The publication contains details on releases by offence group, sentence length, age, ethnic group and establishment, and recalls by reason for recall. These data are now in the Offender Management Statistics Quarterly Bulletins. http://www.justice.gov.uk/statistics/prisons-and-probation/oms-quarterly/oms-quarterly-editions

Title: Crown Prosecution Service - Conditional Cautioning Data - Quarter 4 January to March 2010

Release date: 10 May 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Justice | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: Conditional Cautioning was brought in by the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and is operated under a statutory Code of Practice. The Code of Practice requires the Director of Public Prosecutions to issue supporting guidance. Offences suitable for Conditional Cautioning are set out at Annex A of the sixth edition of the DPP’s Guidance. Conditional Cautions are one of a range of out of court disposals and provide an effective, swift and speedy resolution in appropriate cases. At present a Conditional Caution can be administered where an offender aged 18 or over, on admitting the offence, accepts a caution with condition(s). If the conditions are complied with or completed within the timescales determined by the prosecutor, the case is finalised and there is no prosecution. If, however, the conditions are not complied with, a prosecution may follow. Conditional Conditions can be: Reparative (such as writing a letter of apology, repairing damage; paying compensation or undertaking unpaid work in the community, if public or the wider community are the victim; mediation between the offender and the victim); Rehabilitative (attendance at drug or alcohol awareness session in an effort to halt the causes of the offending behaviour); or Restrictive (not to approach a particular area or person) if the restriction supports reparation or rehabilitation. It is for the CPS prosecutor to decide, following referral by the police, whether a Conditional Caution is the appropriate disposal in any case listed in guidance issued by the DPP. A ‘Conditional Caution’ differs from a simple caution as there are certain conditions that must be complied with in order to avoid prosecution for the offence committed. In 2009 the DPP published ‘The Public Prosecution Service - Setting the Standard’ in which he called for a coherent and consistent, transparent, monitored legislative system for the use of all out of court disposals. The CPS is committed to ensuring that its involvement in the diversion process is transparent; and therefore the information available here provides data from the CPS case management system about the Conditional Cautions administered. Conditional Cautions can offer a, swift and speedy resolution in appropriate cases than the full judicial process. They can help address the needs of the wider community by highlighting the effects of the offending behaviour on that community, including; - Increased community participation in the delivery of local justice; and - Offenders gain access to treatment for alcohol and drug interventions more speedily. A Conditional Caution can be refused by an offender, who can take the option of being prosecuted in court if they prefer to do so. The disposal does not, therefore, deny an offender the right to a court hearing. It does provide an opportunity, where the public interest test is met, to divert suitable offenders from the court process. If an offender accepts a Conditional Caution but then does not complete the conditions, they can be prosecuted for the original offence. Information on the Quarterly Report The data published quarterly includes. - The number of Conditional Cautions administered by Area. - Type of Conditions attached to Cautions. This allows the user to view the type of conditions used. Each Conditional Caution administered may have more than one condition attached to it; as a result of this the number of conditions will not be equal to the number of Conditional Cautions administered. - The number of Conditional Cautions administered by offence. This shows those offences for which a Conditional Caution has been administered for the relevant quarter. - Outcome of CPS decision making following non-compliance. This section gives information regarding the actions taken by the CPS in the event that the offender does not comply with the terms of the Conditional Caution. - Number of Conditional Cautions broken down by Gender and Area.