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House of Commons Hansard
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Departmental Disabled Staff
09 March 2010
Volume 507
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To ask the Solicitor-General how many and what proportion of staff of the Law Officers’ Departments are disabled; and what the average salary in the Law Officers’ Departments is of (a) full-time disabled staff, (b) full-time non-disabled staff, (c) part-time disabled staff and (d) part-time non-disabled staff. [317901]

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The Law Officers’ Departments routinely provide information on the numbers of disabled staff and average salaries to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) who periodically publish these data on behalf of the whole civil service. The latest available figures were published on 20 January 2010. Specific information relating to the Law Officers’ Departments is outlined in the following tables.

Employment by Department and disability status1

Attorney-General’s Departments

Disabled

Non-disabled

Not declared or non-response

Total

All employees with known disability status

Disabled employees as percentage of known disability status

Crown Prosecution Services

330

6,780

1,580

8,690

7,110

4.7

Her Majesty’s Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate

30

10

50

30

Attorney-General’s Office

30

20

40

30

Revenue and Customs Prosecutions Office2

10

180

160

350

200

6.6

Serious Fraud Office

20

240

60

320

260

6.6

Treasury Solicitor

40

700

80

830

750

5.9

National Fraud Authority3

20

20

50

20

1 For each column the numbers are rounded to the nearest 10, and numbers less than five are not shown to protect staff confidentiality. The total column will therefore not necessarily equal the sum of the preceding three columns.

2 HMRCPO have since merged with CPS in January 2010.

3 Data for NFA have not been collated or published by ONS. The data provided are based on the latest available data.

Median earnings by Department and disability status1

Attorney-General’s Departments

Full-time non-disabled

Full-time disabled

Part-time non-disabled

Part-time disabled

CPS

27,120

29,520

25,080

25,080

HMCPSI

47,540

AGO

24,440

HMRCPO2

28,250

31,490

28,120

SFO

29,200

26,220

26,970

TSol

46,160

26,480

58,270

NFA3

48,840

1 Salaries in this table represent the full-time equivalent salaries of employees rounded to the nearest 10. Earnings are not shown where there are less than five members to protect staff confidentiality.

2 HMRCPO have since merged with CPS in January 2010.

3 Data for NFA have not been collated or published by ONS. The data provided are based on the latest available data.