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Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, on how many occasions individuals have been held on police bail for over 12 months in the last (a) one year, (b) two years, (c) three years, (d) four years, (e) five years and (f) six or more years.

Answered by
Kit Malthouse Portrait
Kit Malthouse
Minister of State (Ministry of Justice) (jointly with Home Office)
This question was answered on 17th May 2021

The Home Office collect and publish data on use of various police powers, including pre-charge bail. Information has been collected on the number of individuals on pre-charge bail and the length of pre-charge bail since April 2017. The data are published as part of the annual ‘Police Powers and Procedures’ statistical release, available in Annex B:

However, data on other types of police bail are not available.

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