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Safety in custody
Department: Justice
Annual statistical bulletin on deaths, self-harm and violence in prison custody.
Sentencing Council Crown Court Sentencing Survey bulletin
Department: Justice
The Crown Court Sentencing Survey is an ongoing data collection exercise of sentencing decisions made in the Crown Court. The survey commenced on 1st October 2010 and forms cover: Arson and Criminal Damage; Assault and Public Order; Driving offences; Drug offences; Offences causing death; Robbery / Assault with Intent to Rob; Other Offences; Sexual Offences; Theft, dishonesty, burglary, fraud.
Sentencing Statistics Brief, England and Wales
Department: Justice
Quarterly statistical release on high level trends in court sentencing. Quarterly trends on indictable offences are presented for magistrates' courts and the Crown Court for various sub groups based on gender, age and type of disposal.
Sentencing Statistics, England and Wales
Department: Justice
The annual release presents long-term trends in sentencing in England and Wales. Both indictable and summary offences are addressed. Trends in custody, community sentences, fines and other disposals are presented with separate figures for magistrates' courts and the Crown Court. Gender and age based sub-groupings are presented as well as sentence length breakdowns and criminal histories.
Statistics of completed selection exercises and recommendations for judicial appointment showing diversity
Department: Justice
Published by the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) - Half-yearly publication presenting the progress of candidates through the selection process for judicial office broken down by gender, ethnicity, disability and professional background.
Statistics of mentally disordered offenders, England
Department: Justice
This bulletin is an annual publication that summarises information about people subject to a restriction order (restricted patients) admitted to, detained in, or discharged from psychiatric hospitals (high security and other hospitals in England and Wales which admit mentally disordered offenders). 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
Statistics of mentally disordered offenders, England and Wales
Department: Justice
This bulletin is an annual publication that summarises information about people subject to a restriction order (restricted patients) admitted to, detained in, or discharged from psychiatric hospitals (high security and other hospitals in England and Wales which admit mentally disordered offenders). 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
Statistics of the Employment Tribunals selection and recommendations for appointment exercise, showing diversity
Department: Justice
This report presents comprehensive statistics on the judicial selection process and recommendations for Employment Tribunal Members. This exercise ran from August 2009 to January 2010. Most judicial recruitment exercises are run by the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC). However, Employment Tribunal Members are not listed in schedule 14 of the Constitutional Reform Act 2006, and this exercise was therefore able to be run by the Tribunals.
Statistics on Deaths Reported to Coroners, England and Wales
Department: Justice
The annual release presents statistics on the work of coroners in England and Wales. Data are obtained from manual statistical returns submitted by all coroners under the Coroners Act 1988. The release presents figures on deaths reported to coroners, inquests and post-mortems held, and finds reported to coroners under treasure legislation.
Story of the Prison Population
Department: Justice
An analysis of what has happened to the prison population in the period stated and what has caused the changes.