To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many women detained in Derwentside Immigration Removal Centre have been deported as of 23 May 2022.
26 May 2022
The Home Office publishes statistics on immigration detention in the ‘Immigration Statistics Quarterly Release (opens in a new tab)’. This includes data on people:
- Entering detention by initial place of detention in table Det_02a of the ‘Detention summary tables (opens in a new tab)’.
- Leaving detention by last place of detention published in table Det_04c of the ‘Detention summary tables (opens in a new tab)’ and by reason for leaving detention in table Det_D03 of the detention detailed datasets(opens in a new tab).
- In detention by current place of detention in table Det_03a of the ‘Detention summary tables (opens in a new tab)’.
Data on those entering detention, by place of detention, relate to the place of initial detention. An individual who moves from one part of the detention estate to another will not be counted as entering any subsequent place of detention. Last place of detention does not show where an individual spent their time in detention. In some cases, an individual may have spent a period of time detained elsewhere before being moved to their last place of detention.