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NCJ Number: 156081 Find in a Library
Title: Summary Probation Statistics, England and Wales, 1994
Corporate Author: Great Britain Home Office
Research and Statistics Dept
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1995
Page Count: 16
Sponsoring Agency: Great Britain Home Office
Croydon, Surrey CR0 9YD, England
Sale Source: Great Britain Home Office
Research and Statistics Dept
Lunar House, Room 1834B
40 Wellesley Road
Croydon, Surrey CR0 9YD,
United Kingdom
Type: Survey
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: This report presents probation statistics for England and Wales for 1994, including comparisons with those from 1993.
Abstract: Court orders handled by the probation service reached 111,000 in 1994, the highest level ever and 11 percent higher than in 1993. During the year, 49,000 people began a probation order, 14 percent more than in 1993. The starts of community service orders reached their highest level ever at 50,000, a 4 percent increase over 1993. More than 12,000 people started combination orders in 1994 compared with 9,000 in 1993, the first full year of this new order. A total of 233,000 pre-sentence reports were prepared in 1994, a 12 percent increase over 1993. Figures and tables
Main Term(s): Corrections statistics
Index Term(s): Corrections in foreign countries; England; Foreign courts; Wales
Note: Home Office Statistical Bulletin, N 12/95. U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, International Crime Statistics Program
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