Written Question on Sexual Offences: Reoffenders

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Date Title Questioner
18 Jul 2017, 3:50 p.m. Sexual Offences: Reoffenders David Hanson

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, how many people have been convicted of sex offences in category (a) adult: violent/serious rape, sexual assault, (b) adult other: possession and distribution of banned material, (c) child contact: any sexual offence involving direct sexual contact with a victim who is under 16 years old (or under 18 years old in cases of incest, prostitution and abuse of a position of trust), (d) child other: abuse of a position of trust (not involving direct sexual contact) with a victim who is under 16 years old following grooming and other child non-contact offences, (e) child image: creation, possession and distribution of indecent images of a victim under 18 years old, (f) breach of conviction/release conditions related to a sexual offence, (g) prostitution/soliciting involving a victim who is over 18 years old and related offences such as running or promoting a brother, (h) non-sexual violent: violent non-sexual offences, (i) non-sexual non-violent have (i) undertaken the Sex Offender Treatment Programme and (ii) gone on to re-offend in each year since 2010.

Answer (Mr Sam Gyimah)

The information requested can only be obtained at disproportionate cost.


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