National Statistics

Child Support Agency quarterly summary of statistics: September 2017

Statistics from the Child Support Agency (CSA) on the 1993 and 2003 statutory child maintenance schemes.

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Child Support Agency quarterly summary of statistics, September 2017

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Data tables: Child Support Agency quarterly summary of statistics, September 2017

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These publications contain national statistics on child maintenance schemes operated through the CSA up to September 2017.

We have made a small methodological change to our calculation of arrears in this release of statistics. Our note to users of the statistics explains more about this.

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is responsible for the child maintenance system in Great Britain. We fund information and support for separating parents and run the statutory child maintenance schemes, currently operated through the CSA.

DWP assumed responsibility for CSA from the Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission on 1 August 2012, following an announcement on 14 October 2010 that the commission would become an executive agency of DWP. The commission had responsibility for the CSA between the 1 November 2008 and 31 July 2012. Before that, DWP had responsibility for CSA.

The next release of these statistics will be in 21 February 2018.

Published 22 November 2017
Last updated 24 November 2017 + show all updates
  1. Added a link to information about a small methodological change to the calculation of arrears in this release of statistics.
  2. First published.