Transparency data

Home Office business plan: impact indicators

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


Impact indicator measures

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The table above gives details of the impact indicators and how these will be measured and broken down. The impact indicators are:

  • crime rates - violent and property crime reported to the police
  • the size, value and nature of organised crime and our success in diminishing it and its profitability
  • net migration to the UK
  • annual level of tax revenue that is protected through detecting goods where excise duty has not been declared
  • clearance of passengers at the border within published standards
  • percentage of migration applications decided within published standards
  • percentage of asylum applications concluded in one year
  • passport applications processed within target
  • number of private and voluntary sector organisations that voluntarily report on gender equality - by size of the workforce

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

Published 9 May 2011