Criminal Statistics Annual Report, England and Wales
The annual release, presented on a calendar year basis, covers offenders dealt with by formal police cautions, reprimands or warning, or criminal court proceedings in England and Wales. The order of chapters follows the flow of cases through the criminal justice system. As in previous years, more detailed data for the calendar year covered are published separately in six volumes of supplementary tables.
Employment Tribunal and EAT Statistics
This report presents annual statistical information on Employment Tribunals (ET) and Employment Appeal Tribunals (EAT) in Great Britain.
End of custody licence release and recalls
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.
End of custody licence releases and recalls
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 included in the Offender Management Statistics Qaurterly Bulletins. http://www.justice.gov.uk/statistics/prisons-and-probation/oms-quarterly/oms-quarterly-editions
Freedom of Information Act 2000: Annual statistics on implementation in central government
Statistics on the handling of requests for information made under the Freedom of Information Act by 43 central government bodies, including all departments of state.
The annual statistics cover the implementation and operation of the Act 2000 in central government. The publication draws together the quarterly statistics for the year and analyses the longer-term trends.
Freedom of Information Act 2000: statistics on implementation in central government
Quarterly statistical releases on the handling of requests for information made under the Act by 43 central government bodies, including all departments of state. Figures are derived from manual returns submitted by participating bodies, and cover timeliness of response, outcomes of requests, and usage of the Act's appeal processes. The annual report covers the implementation and operation of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 in central government. It draws together the quarterly statistics for the year and analyses the longer term trends.
Gender Recognition Certificate Statistics
Summary statistics on Gender Recognition Certificates applied for and granted by Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service’s Gender Recognition Panel. Under UK law, individuals are considered by the State to be of the gender – either male or female – that is recorded on their birth certificate. The Gender Recognition Act 2004, which came into effect on 4 April 2005, enables transsexual people to apply to the Gender Recognition Panel (GRP) to receive a Gender Recognition Certificate (GRC).
Judicial and Court Statistics
These annual reports relate to the criminal and civil business of the courts in England and Wales for whose administration the Ministry of Justice is responsible. They also cover the work of some associated offices including the Office of the Public Guardian and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. Statistics relating to Northern Ireland courts are available separately from the Northern Ireland Court Service.
Knife Crime Sentencing
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.
Legal Services Commission annual statistics report
The Legal Services Commission is responsible for delivering, through high quality service providers, legal aid, advice and representation to people with problems in England and Wales.
We deliver legal services through two schemes: the Community Legal Service (CLS) and the Criminal Defence Service (CDS):
• The CLS is a network of organisations which funds, provides and promotes civil legal advice and representation
• The CDS provides legal advice and representation to people being investigated or charged with a criminal offence.
A detailed statistical analysis of our work, including comparisons over time, is available here