Home Office (HO)

Category: Ministerial department

The Home Office leads on immigration and passports, drugs policy, crime policy and counter-terrorism and works to ensure visible, responsive and accountable policing in the UK.

Home Office is a ministerial department, supported by 26 agencies and public bodies.

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/home-office

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Crime & Justice
Street level crime
Home Office
Crime data and neighbourhood policing information from all forces in England and Wales to the Public. This data is what is behind the police.uk website. The Police API allows you to...
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Police Force Boundaries - England and Wales
Home Office
A KML version of the Police Force boundaries in England and Wales. Each of the 44 police forces (e.g. Avon & Somerset, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire) has a KML file containing a...
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Immigration Statistics: citizenship
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This release replaces the previous annual and quarterly publications Control of Immigration Statistics and the annual British Citizenship, following a public consultation. Each topic now...
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Government Spending
Home Office flight data
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Flight data for the Home Office and its agencies.
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Statistics on football banning orders
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Number of arrests and banning orders issued during the football season. Shown by club and by offence.
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iQuanta (unpublished)
Home Office
iQuanta is a web-based service provided to operational staff in police forces, Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) and HMIC.
 
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Joint Asset Recovery Database (unpublished)
Home Office
A central repository of information relating to seizures of the Proceeds of Crime.
 
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Home Office counting rules for recorded crime
Home Office
This document contains the revised set of Rules for counting and classifying crime.
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Police use of TASER statistics, England and Wales
Home Office
The use of tasers by trained police officers in England and Wales.
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IDIOM (unpublished)
Home Office
IDIOM is a web-based offender tracking tool, provided by the Home Office to police forces, to support Integrated Offender Management (IOM) arrangements. The system holds Police National...
 
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Home Office Workforce Management Information
Home Office
This data shows the number of staff employed at different grades in the Home Office, our agencies and executive non-departmental public bodies, broken down by headcount and number of...
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Immigration Statistics: detention
Home Office
This release replaces the previous annual and quarterly publications Control of Immigration Statistics and the annual British Citizenship, following a public consultation. Each topic now...
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