(2) how many offences of (a) murder, (b) rape, (c) other homicide, (d) attempted murder and (e) attempted rape had been committed by offenders on End of Custody Licence.
This information is no longer held centrally and to collate it now would require a manual checking of paper files held in local probation areas, which can be undertaken only at a disproportionate cost.
The life licence lasts for the rest of the offender's life. Therefore, any life sentence prisoner residing in the UK would be subject to immediate recall to custody if he breached the conditions of his life licence.
(2) whether any prisoner has been charged with corrupting a public official during the last 12 months.
The Court Proceedings Database holds information on defendants proceeded against, found guilty and sentenced for criminal offences in England and Wales. The Court Proceedings Database does not hold specific information on offences beyond descriptions provided by the statutes under which prosecutions are brought. Information available centrally on defendant’s proceeded against does not identify whether the defendant is a prisoner.