§ Caroline Flint
The amount spent on tackling drug misuse in Burnley in 1997–98 was £670,000. This was prior to the formation of the National Drugs Strategy, and this figure has been provided from locally held information.
Figures are not available for Burnley alone in 2003–04. The figures for Lancashire as a whole were:
£ Pooled Treatment Budget 3,980,000 Young People 735,000 Building Safer Communities 1,147,000 DAT CAD 48,000 DAT Development 70,000 Through Care and Aftercare 35,000 Total 6,015,000
Please note that the Building Safer Communities figure is only partly spent on tackling drugs.
§ Jim Dobbin
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what public funds were spent on tackling drugs misuse in Heywood and Middleton in(a) 1997–98 and (b) 2003–04. 
§ Caroline Flint
Breakdown of financial allocation to local constituencies is not available in the form requested as funding is allocated to Drug Action Team (DAT) area (Rochdale DAT).
The period for 1997–98 is prior to the formation of the National Drug Strategy and there is no locally held information on funding available for that financial year.
The figures for Rochdale as a whole for 2003–04 are as follows:
£ Pooled Treatment: 1,023,000 Young People (including CJIP) 241,000 Building Safer Communities 297,000 DAT CAD 31,000 DAT Development 37,000 CJIP Capacity Building 178,000 Throughcare and Aftercare 62,000 Total 1,869,000
Please note that the Building Safer Communities Fund is only partly spent on tackling drugs.
§ Linda Perham
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how much was spent by the Government on crime reduction, protection and security in the London Borough of Redbridge since 1997. 
§ Ms Blears
Money allocated to the London Borough of Redbridge for crime reduction through a number of funding streams and for a range of projects totals £2,267,311 over the period 2000–2004. Figures before 2000 are not readily available.
For protection and security, this information is not available in the form requested. However, the Metropolitan police did receive £47 million in 2003–04 for the purposes of enhancing its ability to respond to the threat posed by international terrorism.1362W