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1. Ministry of Justice, Ken Clarke. Responsibilities - •Oversight of all Ministry of Justice business •Criminal Justice and penal policy strategy •Constitutional issues •Judicial policy •Claims Management Regulation Unit •National security justice issues •EU and international

1.1. National Probation Service. Probabtion is support after prisons, stay out of crime, probation officers work with ex-criminals to support.

1.1.1. HM Inspectorate of Probation. Funded by Ministry of Defence, reports back to the justice minister, inspects youth offending terms, reducing re-offending, protecting the public.

1.2. Crispin Blunt, responsible for the national offender management service. 269,000 people in UK under punishment.

1.2.1. HM Prison Service. 137 prisons in the UK. 86,000 people in prison. Only 4,300 are women, 5% UK lock ups, most people out of all european countries - not necessarily lowest crime rate. Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Prisons. Inspects prisons to prevent bullying and suicide etc.

2. Secretary of State for Health, Andrew Lanley. Andrew Lansley CBE MP is Secretary of State for Health and a member of two Cabinet Committees: National Security Council and the Home Affairs Committee.

2.1. Simon Burns, MP.Simon Burns is Minister of State for Health, his responsibilities include: Legislation, NHS Performance, Health Services, Reconfiguration of Services, Patient Safety, Application of Quality Regulation, NHS Workforce, Mixed Sex Accommodation and Connecting for Health.

2.1.1. NHS, 3 million employees. The NHS They are primarily funded through general taxation rather than requiring insurance payments. They provide a comprehensive range of health services, the vast majority of which are free at the point of use to residents of the United Kingdom. Health Authority, Yorkshire and the Humber. Health authoritiescouncil works with local NHS to prioritise spending tailored to that area. Healthcare Commission. The Healthcare Commission was a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department of Health of the United Kingdom. It was set up to promote and drive improvement in the quality of health care and public health in England and Wales.