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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 13: Individuals given police disposals and subsequent non-court disposals, by disposal type: 2008-09 to 2013-14 cohorts

(see note 1)

Police disposal Number of individuals Percentage of individuals given a non-court disposal within a year of receiving a police disposal 2 Average number of non-court disposals per individual within a year of receiving a police disposal 2
ASBFPN
2008-09 39,078 28.5 0.48
2009-10 48,231 27.5 0.47
2010-11 42,835 27.4 0.49
2011-12 41,492 27.9 0.53
2012-13 42,061 27.9 0.54
2013-14 42,851 25.5 0.47
Formal Adult Warning
2008-09 6,819 18.1 0.28
2009-10 7,476 14.7 0.22
2010-11 6,774 13.3 0.20
2011-12 7,556 14.5 0.22
2012-13 7,324 14.9 0.24
2013-14 6,496 12.8 0.21
Restorative Justice Warning
2008-09 2,292 7.8 0.09
2009-10 2,166 6.0 0.07
2010-11 1,657 6.2 0.08
2011-12 965 6.3 0.07
2012-13 524 13.2 0.19
2013-14 341 15.0 0.22
Early and Effective Interventions
2008-09 35 17.1 0.20
2009-10 173 24.9 0.31
2010-11 261 23.8 0.31
2011-12 476 21.6 0.34
2012-13 1,018 25.3 0.42
2013-14 1,789 29.4 0.54

1. The non-court disposals dataset is independent of the dataset on court convictions.

2. Includes any non-court disposal within one year of receiving a police disposal, and therefore could include COPFS disposals as well as police disposals.


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