§ Mr. Levitt
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many cases of sexual abuse of children by other juveniles, in the latest 10 year period available,(a) came to trial, (b) were sent to (i) a magistrates' court and (ii) a crown court, (c) involved more than one child victim giving evidence, (d) involved boy victims only, and how many of these were dealt with by magistrates' courts, (e) involved girl victims only, and how many of these were dealt with by magistrates' courts and (f) resulted in the successful conviction of a juvenile for the offence. 
§ Mr. Michael
The available information given in the table shows the number of persons aged 10–13 and 14–17 either cautioned or proceeded against and convicted by type of court for certain sexual offences, where the victims were known to be aged under 16 years. It is not possible to identify, from the information held centrally, all sexual offences where the victim is aged under 16 years.