§ Mr. Kilroy-Silk
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) how many adult males, adult females, young males and young females were in prison department custody on 30 June; how many in each category were in local prisons, remand centres, training prisons, borstals and detention centres; and how many in each of the past three types of institution were in open conditions;
(2) how many (a) untried prisoners, (b) convicted but unsentenced prisoners and (c) civil prisoners were in custody on 30 June;
(3) how many adults and young offenders in prison on 30 June were serving sentences of (a) one month or less, (b) one to three months, (c) three to six months, (d) six to 18 months, (e) 18 months to three years, (f) three to five years and (g) over five years;
(4) how many adults and young offenders in prison department custody on 30 390W June were imprisoned for (a) fine default and (b) maintenance defaults; and how many were imprisoned under the immigration laws;
(5) how many adults and young offenders in prison department custody on 30 June—including fine defaulters—had been convicted of: (a) drunkenness, (b) offences relating to prostitution, (c) possession of cannabis, (d) other drug offences, (e) breach of a probation order, (f) breach of a community service order, (g) breach of a conditional discharge, (h) breach of a suspended sentence, (i) criminal damage, (j) theft, (k) handling of stolen goods, (1) robbery, (m) burglary, (n) fraud, (o) forgery, (p) murder, (q) other homicide and attempted homicide, (r) wounding, (s) assaults, (t) cruelty to children, (u) other offences of violence (to be specified), (v) rape, (w) buggery and indecency between males, (x) gross indecency with children, and (y) other sexual offences—to be specified;
(6) how many people in prison department custody on 30 June were first, second, third, fourth, fifth and more than fifth offenders.