David Kurten AM: I just want to follow from Assembly Member Arnold’s question about the link between children who are excluded from school, or people in general, and then the propensity to get involved in crime. I know, Commissioner, you said that correlation is not necessarily causation, but I wondered if the both of you have considered something that you did not mention that may be staring us in the face, which is that family breakdown and fatherlessness possibly is a cause for both of those things. In London among young people there is an epidemic of fatherlessness, and this particularly affects boys when they get to their teenage years. I understand from figures that I have that this particularly affects Afro-Caribbean boys, where there is a rate of fatherlessness much, much higher than in the white community or in the Bangladeshi, Pakistani and Indian communities. Is that something that you have considered as something that affects the possibility of children and young people getting into crime? I wonder if you have any comments and thoughts on that.