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Publication  —  Crown Court Sentencing Survey  — 

Sexual offences (except Indecent photographs of children) Crown Court Sentencing Survey (CCSS) form. All judges (or other sentencers) sitting in the Crown Court should complete a form every time a sentence is passed.

Publication  —  Crown Court Sentencing Survey  — 

Theft offences Crown Court Sentencing Survey (CCSS) form. All judges (or other sentencers) sitting in the Crown Court should complete a form every time a sentence is passed.

Publication  —  Crown Court Sentencing Survey  — 

This results bulletin presents the findings of the Crown Court Sentencing Survey (CCSS) for sentences passed by the Crown Court in 2012.

Publication  —  Statistical bulletin  — 

A bulletin outlining the ways in which sentencing guidelines produced by the Sentencing Council reflect the interests of victims of crime.

Publication  —  Crown Court Sentencing Survey  — 

This results bulletin presents the findings of the Crown Court Sentencing Survey (CCSS) for sentences passed by the Crown Court in 2011.

Publication  —  Crown Court Sentencing Survey  — 

Findings of the first six months of the Crown Court Sentencing Survey (CCSS) and the work being done by analysts at the Council to further develop the statistics.

Publication  —  Archived content  — 

This presentation, designed primarily for use by researchers and academics, provides an introduction to the role of the sentencing council and the history of sentencing guidelines in England and Wales. This information was published in 2011 and is currently subject to review.

Publication  —  Resource assessment  — 

A document that sets out the general methodology used to assess the likely effect of new guidelines on resources. This note considers the potential resource impacts of one of the Council’s key objectives: promoting consistency in sentencing.

Publication  —  Resource assessment  — 

A document that sets out the general methodology used to assess the likely effect of new guidelines on resources. The Sentencing Council has developed a general analytical model which has been designed to aid resource assessment in a wide variety of scenarios.