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Publication - Statistics Publication

Reconviction rates in Scotland: 2013-2014 offender cohort

Published: 19 May 2016
Part of:
Law and order
ISBN:
9781786522672

Scottish Government publication providing analysis of trends in reconviction figures up to the latest cohort of 2013 to 2014.

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Reconviction rates in Scotland: 2013-2014 offender cohort
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Table 2: Reconviction rates and average number of reconvictions per offender, by gender: 1997-98 to 2013-14 cohorts

Gender Number of offenders Reconviction rate Average number of reconvictions per offender
Males
1997-98 45,705 32.9 0.63
1998-99 41,842 32.9 0.64
1999-00 37,566 32.2 0.61
2000-01 35,272 32.7 0.62
2001-02 36,963 33.4 0.65
2002-03 37,779 33.9 0.66
2003-04 39,511 33.7 0.64
2004-05 41,525 33.2 0.63
2005-06 42,205 33.7 0.62
2006-07 44,761 33.4 0.62
2007-08 44,384 32.2 0.59
2008-09 41,427 32.5 0.61
2009-10 39,402 31.7 0.58
2010-11 36,986 31.5 0.57
2011-12 36,440 30.8 0.56
2012-13 34,672 30.0 0.54
2013-14 35,005 29.4 0.53
Females
1997-98 7,739 25.4 0.51
1998-99 7,303 25.8 0.52
1999-00 6,665 25.7 0.49
2000-01 6,297 26.4 0.48
2001-02 6,685 26.8 0.51
2002-03 7,081 27.3 0.52
2003-04 7,474 27.2 0.53
2004-05 7,847 27.9 0.52
2005-06 8,122 26.2 0.48
2006-07 8,549 27.1 0.49
2007-08 8,670 26.5 0.49
2008-09 8,234 26.5 0.53
2009-10 8,015 25.1 0.47
2010-11 7,719 23.9 0.45
2011-12 7,393 24.1 0.46
2012-13 7,043 23.9 0.45
2013-14 7,188 22.9 0.43

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