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Russell Webster

Russell Webster

Criminal Justice & substance misuse expert and author of this blog.

Criminal Justice Quiz New Year’s Day 2020

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Start the new year with this quiz on all things criminal justice.

Happy New Year!

It’s a blog tradition to start the New Year with a quiz.

All the answers to the quiz can be found on the pages of the blog.

I’d like to take this opportunity to wish all my readers a Happy New Year.

#1 What is the name of the new private probation providers under the re-design of Transforming Rehabilitation?

#2 The average length of a prison sentence for an indictable offence for a white person in 2018 was 18.3 months. What was the equivalent for an Asian person?

#3 In the year to 30 June 2019, police recorded crime rose by 6%. What happened to the number of people formally dealt with by the criminal justice system in the same year.

#4 In 2008 the probation service prepared 134,510 standard Pre-Sentence Reports. How many were prepared in 2018?

#5 How many transgender prisoners were officially in English and Welsh prisons in 2019?

#6 The number of people recalled to prison went up again. But how big was the annual increase in the year to September?

#7 In 2018, what percentage of community orders were terminated early for good progress?

#8 The prison population is approximately 83,000 (Dec 2019), but how many people were subject to MAPPA supervision on 31 March last year?

#9 What proportion do people convicted of sexual offences make up of the sentenced prison population?

#10 How many of the 21 Community Rehabilitation Companies were rated by probation inspectors as good or outstanding in the last set of inspection reports?



Congratulations. You know your justice system.

Better luck next time.

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