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Consistent financial reporting

Consistent financial reporting (CFR) is the framework by schools to collect the information on income and expenditure each year. The information held here is for all maintained schools and pupil...

Re-offending rates

Statistics on the reoffending of adults under supervision of the Probation Service in England and Wales Source: Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Publisher: Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Geographies:...

NI 019 - Rate of proven re-offending by young offenders

Young people are those aged 10-17. The young offenders cohort is established during the period January to March and includes all those receiving a pre-court disposal (reprimand or final warning)...

Drug Misusing Offenders

Statistics on offending for the cohort of individuals identified during January to March 2009 as Class A drug misusers through their contact with the criminal justice system. Source agency: Home...

Offender Management Statistics

Key statistics relating to offenders who are in prison or under Probation Service supervision. It covers flows into these services (receptions into prison or probation starts) and flows out...

Consistent financial reporting - Leeds schools

Dataset showing total expediture and income for schools using Consistent Financial Reporting (CFR) framework.

NI 030 Re-offending rate of prolific and other priority offenders

Number of convictions recorded against Prolific and other Priority Offenders. Source: Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Publisher: DCLG Floor Targets Interactive Geographies: County/Unitary Authority,...

NI 019 - Rate of proven re-offending by young offenders

Young people are those aged 10-17. The young offenders cohort is established during the period January to March and includes all those receiving a pre-court disposal (reprimand or final warning)...

Offenders brought to justice

Number of offences brought to justice by criminal justice areas Source: Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Publisher: Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Geographies: Police Force Area Geographic coverage:...

Drug misusing offenders

Annual statistics on the proven offending by individuals (aged 18 and over) identified as Class A drug misusing offenders.

NI 030 - Re-offending rate of prolific and other priority offenders

Number of convictions recorded against Prolific and other Priority Offenders.

Driver Offender Retraining Scheme

System to support the use of driver retraining courses as an alternative to a penalty notice or prosecution.

Proven Re-offending statistics

Key statistics on proven reoffending in England and Wales. It gives proven reoffending figures for offenders who were released from custody, received a non-custodial conviction at court, or...

Offender Assessment System (OASys)

Operational database used to assess the risks and needs of eligible offenders in prisons and probation trusts.

Deaths of Offenders in the Community statistics

Death of offenders in the community covers deaths of offenders supervised in the community by the probation service in England and Wales.

Re-offending of juveniles statistics

From the Police National Computer. First published from PNC in 2005; latest publication in May 2009.

Prolific and other Priority Offenders

Annual statistics on the proven offending of individuals identified as Prolific and other Priority Offenders (PPOs). The data presented in this report are intended to provide a measure of the level...

Re-offending statistics quarterly

A quarterly release presenting statistics on re-offending at national and local level in England and Wales. Source agency: Justice Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National...

An overview of sexual offending in England and Wales

This is an Official Statistics bulletin produced by statisticians in the Ministry of Justice, Home Office and the Office for National Statistics. It brings together, for the first time, a range of...

Spend over £25,000 in the National Offender Management Service

A monthly-updated list of all financial transactions spending over £25,000 made by the National Offender Management Service, as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.