To ask Her Majesty's Government how many (1) male, and (2) female, prisoners are currently serving an extended determinate sentence with a custodial term of (a) 12 months to two years, (b) two to four years, (c) four to five years, (d) five to seven years, (e) seven to 10 years, (f) 10 to 14 years, and (g) 14 years or more.
7 December 2020
As of 30th September 2020, data on offenders serving extended determinate sentences broken down into the categories requested is as follows:
Sentence length bands
12 months to 2 years
2 years to 4 years
4 years to 5 years
5 years to 7 years
7 years to 10 years
10 years to 14 years
More than 14 years
Sentence length other/ unrecorded
The data above shows the custodial term imposed under the extended determinate sentence and therefore the maximum time offenders serving the sentence could spend in custody. Such prisoners may be released after having served two thirds of this custodial term at the discretion of the parole board.
The figures in these tables have been drawn from large scale administrative data systems - as such there may be errors in data entry and processing. Small values have been suppressed in the above table to protect the identity of individuals.