Official Statistics

Licence recalls and returns to custody

Quarterly statistics on the numbers of offenders recalled back to prison and later returned or not returned to custody.

Documents

Licence recalls and returns to custody to 31 March 2010

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Licence recalls and returns to custody to 31 March 2010 statistical tables

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Licence recalls and returns to custody to 31 December 2009

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Licence recalls and returns to custody to 31 December 2009 statistical tables

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Licence recalls and returns to custody to 30 September 2009

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Licence recalls and returns to custody to 30 September 2009 statistical tables

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Licence recalls and returns to custody to 30 June 2009

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Licence recalls and returns to custody to 30 June 2009 - statistical tables

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Licence recalls and returns to custody information release

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Consultation on offender management statistics including licence recalls and returns to custody

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Statistical notice - Licence recall statistics

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Detail

Quarterly statistics on the numbers of offenders recalled back to prison and later returned or not returned to custody.

With effect from the 28th of October 2010 this bulletin will be replaced by the new Offender Management Statistics Quarterly bulletin.

The publication contains details on all offenders recalled since 1984, the numbers returned to custody and details of those not returned to custody by offence group and local criminal justice area.

It also includes performance against targets by recall type, service, agency and local criminal justice area.

The bulletin is produced and handled by the ministry’s analytical professionals and production staff. Pre-release access of up to 24 hours is granted to the following persons:

Ministry of Justice: Justice Secretary; Minister of State; Parliamentary Under Secretary; Director General, Criminal Justice; Chief Operating Officer, National Offender Management Service (NOMS); Director General, NOMS; Head of NOMS, Public Protection and Mental Health Group (PPMHG); Head of Public Protection Casework Section, PPMHG; Head of Casework, Public Protection Casework Section, PPMHG; Head of Performance and Policy Section, Public Protection Casework Section, PPMHG; Performance Team Manager, Public Protection Casework Section, PPMHG; and relevant special advisers and press officers.

Home Office: Home Secretary, Minister of State for Policing and Criminal Justice; Minister of State for Immigation; Parliamentary Under Secretary for Crime Prevention; Parliamentary Under Secretary for Equalities and Criminal Information; Chief Executive, UK Border Agency (UKBA); Deputy Director Criminal Casework Directorate, UKBA; Criminal Casework Directorate Briefing Team, UKBA; Head of Rapid Reaction Team, UKBA; Rapid Response Team and relevant special advisers and press officers.

Association of Chief Police Officers: Deputy Commissioner; Assistant Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police; Criminal Justice Strategy Manager and press officers.