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

(see note 1)

COPFS disposal Number of individuals Percentage of individuals given a non-court disposal within a year of receiving a COPFS disposal 2 Average number of non-court disposals per individual within a year of receiving a COPFS disposal 2
Fiscal Fine
2008-09 30,228 25.7 0.39
2009-10 28,100 23.4 0.35
2010-11 28,165 22.9 0.34
2011-12 32,966 24.7 0.35
2012-13 37,726 24.7 0.35
2013-14 36,961 21.5 0.33
Fiscal Fixed Penalty
2008-09 17,064 8.7 0.10
2009-10 17,439 9.4 0.11
2010-11 19,016 9.6 0.11
2011-12 19,698 9.2 0.11
2012-13 20,139 10.0 0.12
2013-14 21,966 8.8 0.10
Fiscal Combined Fine with Compensation
2008-09 1,157 23.8 0.35
2009-10 1,739 19.0 0.25
2010-11 1,888 19.1 0.25
2011-12 2,267 19.0 0.23
2012-13 1,954 20.8 0.27
2013-14 1,590 18.5 0.26
Fiscal Compensation
2008-09 1,648 25.7 0.36
2009-10 1,661 20.1 0.28
2010-11 1,531 20.1 0.26
2011-12 1,111 21.5 0.27
2012-13 851 19.9 0.26
2013-14 676 16.3 0.22

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 COPFS disposal, and therefore could include police disposals as well as COPFS disposals.


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