§ David Davis
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many crimes were committed by juvenile offenders in(a) Haltemprice and Howden, (b) the East Riding of Yorkshire and (c) the Humberside Police Authority area in each of the last two quarters for which figures are available; and how many cautions were issued. 
§ Paul Goggins
It is not known how many crimes are committed by juveniles. The information contained in the table gives the number of juveniles convicted or given reprimands and final warnings in Humberside, for the 3rd and 4th quarter 2001.
The information collected centrally does not enable cases in the Haltemprice and Howden constituency to be identified nor reprimands and final warnings in the East Riding of Yorkshire.599W
Statistics for 2002 will be published in the autumn.
Number of juveniles, found guilty at all courts, number reprimands
and final warnings1, for all offences, Humberside,
3rd and 4th quarter 2001
Area, age and disposal etc. Quarter 3 Quarter 4 East Riding of Yorkshire Juveniles aged 10–17 found guilty 112 93 Juveniles aged 10–17 receiving a reprimand n/a n/a Juveniles aged 10–17 receiving a final warning n/a n/a Humberside Police Force Area Juveniles aged 10–17 found guilty 477 382 Juveniles aged 10–17 receiving a reprimand 247 186 Juveniles aged 10–17 receiving a final warning 129 74 n/a = Not available 1 Cautions were replaced by reprimands and final warnings from June 2000