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Impact indicators: Home Office business plan 2011

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Our impact indicators are designed to help the public to judge whether our policies and reforms are having the effect they want.

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Further details on these indicators can be found in our full list of datasets. The impact indicators are:

  1. Crime rates - violent and property crime reported to the police - data available below
  2. The size, value and nature of organised crime and our success in diminishing it and its profitability
  3. Net migration to the UK - data available below
  4. Annual level of tax revenue that is protected through detecting goods where excise duty has not been declared
  5. Clearance of passengers at the border within published standards
  6. Percentage of migration applications decided within published standards
  7. Percentage of asylum applications concluded in one year
  8. Passport applications processed within target - data available below
  9. Number of private and voluntary sector organisations that voluntarily report on gender equality - by size of the workforce

Measurement: The measurement criteria for these indicators are available on the impact indicator annex.

Crime rates - violent and property crime reported to the police

  • When will publication of the data start? Published
  • How often will it be published? Quarterly
  • How will this be broken down? Nationally
  • What is the latest data? There were 3,531,644 crimes recorded by the police in the 12 months to the end of March 2011.  This is a rate of 64 recorded offences per 1000 population

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The size, value and nature of organised crime and our success in diminishing it and its profitability

  • When will publication of the data start? By Oct 2011 (to be confirmed)
  • How often will it be published? Annually
  • How will this be broken down? Nationally

Net migration to the UK

  • When will publication of the data start? Published
  • How often will it be published? Quarterly (provisional). Annually
  • How will this be broken down? Nationally
  • What is the latest data? Estimated net long-term migration to the UK in the year to September 2010 was 239,000

Further information

Annual level of tax revenue that is protected through detecting goods where excise duty has not been declared

  • When will publication of the data start? Published
  • How often will it be published? Quarterly
  • How will this be broken down? Nationally
  • What is the latest data? £79.8million April-June 2011

Underlying data is available at the UK Border Agency website.

Clearance of passengers at the border within published standards

  • When will publication of the data start? Published 
  • How often will it be published? Quarterly
  • How will this be broken down? Nationally
  • What is the latest data? 98 per cent in 2010-11

Percentage of migration applications decided within published standards

  • When will publication of the data start? Published 
  • How often will it be published? Quarterly
  • How will this be broken down? Nationally
  • What is the latest data? 93 per cent in 2010-11

Underlying data is available at the UK Border Agency website.

Percentage of asylum applications concluded in one year

  • When will publication of the data start? Published
  • How often will it be published? Quarterly
  • How will this be broken down? Nationally
  • What is the latest data? 61 per cent April-June 2011

Underlying data is available at the UK Border Agency website.

Passport applications processed within target

  • When will publication of the data start? Published
  • How often will it be published? Monthly
  • How will this be broken down? Nationally
  • What is the latest data?

100 per cent for April 2011. The volume of straightforward passport applications was 294,023 all of which were processed within target.

100 per cent for May 2011. The volume of straightforward passport applications was 360,323 all of which were processed within target.

Number of private and voluntary sector organisations that voluntarily report on gender equality - by size of the workforce

  • When will publication of the data start? September 2011
  • How often will it be published? Annually
  • How will this be broken down? Nationally 

You can also view our input indicators or the Home Office business plan