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This document contains data on:
number of records in the pre-2008 migration refusal pool at the end of each quarter
number of records in the post-2008 migration refusal pool at the end of each quarter
foreign national offenders (fnos) released from prison or transferred from prison to immigration detention
fnos released into the community by reason for release
breakdown of fnos released into the community who were eligible for deportation
breakdown of fnos released into the community where deportation or conclusion remains outstanding
breakdown of detained fnos facing return or deportation by barrier to return
detained fnos facing return or deportation who have been waiting 12 months or more for a travel document
criminal casework fno cancelled returns
fnos subject to deportation action living in the community and the length of time since release
percentage of (criteria and non-criteria) fnos removed under the early removal and facilitated returns schemes
average time taken to deport an fno
time served foreign national offenders
family returns: data
family returns: outcomes
family returns: types of return
cedars return data
average cost per day to hold an individual in immigration detention
reports made by a medical practitioner to the home office under rule 35 on individuals in immigration detention
reports made by a medical practitioner under rule 35 by place of detention
how many carriers were issued with a notification of demand for payment form IS80D
intelligence intake crime type breakdown
enforcement visit arrests (and subsequent returns) linked to information received and subsequent returns
escorted moves and home office manual for escorting safely (HOMES) data
volume and value of illegal working civil penalties