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Table 2 All committals nationally, male remand committals nationally, male remands to Cloverhill, Number screened and taken onto PICLS caseload for years 2012–2014

From: STRESS-testing clinical activity and outcomes for a combined prison in-reach and court liaison service: a 3-year observational study of 6177 consecutive male remands

  Total 2006–2011 Total 2012–2014 2012 2013 2014
All committals to all prisons in Ireland (remand and sentenced episodes, males and females) 87,570 48,916 17,026 15,735 16,155
Male remand committals to all prisons in Ireland 34,323 10,148 3543 3256 3349
Male remand committals to Cloverhill (all screened) 20,084 6177 2248 1953 1976
As percentage of male remand committals to all prisons in Ireland (95 % CI) 58.5 % (58.0–59.0) 60.9 % (59.9–61.8) 63.4 % (61.8–65.0) 60.0 % (58.3–61.7) 59.0 % (57.3–60.7)
Number assessed and taken onto PICLS caseload 3195 1109 374 375 360
As percentage of total male remands to Cloverhill (95 % CI) 15.9 % (15.4–16.4) 18.0 % (17.0–18.9) 16.6 % (15.1–18.2 %) 19.2 % (17.5–21.0) 18.2 % (16.5–20.0)
  1. Committal numbers from Irish Prison Service Annual Reports 2012–2014
  2. Remand committal episodes defined as committals on remand, trial, deportation and extradition