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Publication - Statistics Publication

Criminal justice social work statistics in Scotland: 2016-17

Published: 6 Feb 2018
Part of:
Law and order, Statistics
ISBN:
9781788515825

A national statistics publication for Scotland.

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Criminal justice social work statistics in Scotland: 2016-17
Table 25 Timescales for first direct contact and case management meeting for drug treatment and testing orders: 2012-13 to 2016-17

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Table 25 Timescales for first direct contact and case management meeting for drug treatment and testing orders: 2012-13 to 2016-17

  2012-13 2013-14 2014-151 2015-161 2016-17
Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage
Total commencements 639 100.0 625 100.0 551 100.0 530 100.0 478 100.0
First contact after order imposed                    
Within 1 working day 484 77.6 463 76.4 425 81.3 398 81.1 341 74.3
Over 1 - 5 working days 96 15.4 91 15.0 68 13.0 51 10.4 63 13.7
Over 5 working days 44 7.1 52 8.6 30 5.7 42 8.6 55 12.0
Not known/applicable 15   19   28   39   19  
First case management meeting after order imposed
Within 5 working days 456 73.8 521 86.3 407 83.7 409 83.6 381 83.4
Over 5 - 10 working days 71 11.5 28 4.6 35 7.2 37 7.6 38 8.3
Over 10 working days 91 14.7 55 9.1 44 9.1 43 8.8 38 8.3
Not known/applicable 21   21   65   41   21  

Notes: Figures include DTTO IIs piloted in the City of Edinburgh, Midlothian and East Lothian areas since June 2008. The first case management meeting involves clarifying requirements and expectations, and drawing up a case management plan. Orders where the client did not/was unable to comply or orders transferred from another jurisdiction are included in the 'not known/applicable' category. These cases are not included in the percentage figures.
1. Some small changes have been made to the figures for 2014-15 and 2015-16 since they were last published due to the receipt of updated information from some councils.


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