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Publication - Statistics Publication

Reconviction rates in Scotland: 2014-2015 offender cohort

Published: 2 May 2017
Part of:
Law and order
ISBN:
9781786529343

Analysis of trends in reconviction statistics up to the latest cohort of 2014 to 2015.

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Contents
Reconviction rates in Scotland: 2014-2015 offender cohort
Table 13: Individuals given police disposals and subsequent non-court disposals, by disposal type: 2008-09 to 2014-15 cohorts

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Table 13: Individuals given police disposals and subsequent non-court disposals, by disposal type: 2008-09 to 2014-15 cohorts

(see note 1)

Police disposal Number of offenders Percentage of individuals given a non-court disposal within a year of receiving a police disposal 3 Average number of non-court disposals per individual within a year of receiving a police disposal 3
ASBFPN
2008-09 39,080 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 42,062 27.9 0.54
2013-14 42,851 25.5 0.47
2014-15 33,837 22.6 0.42
Formal Adult Warning
2008-09 6,819 18.1 0.28
2009-10 7,476 14.7 0.22
2010-11 6,775 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
2014-15 4,358 10.7 0.16
Restorative Justice Warning
2008-09 2,272 7.7 0.09
2009-10 2,154 6.0 0.07
2010-11 1,646 6.1 0.08
2011-12 957 6.4 0.07
2012-13 521 13.2 0.19
2013-14 341 15.0 0.22
2014-15 196 20.9 0.33
Early and Effective Inverventions 4
2008-09 93 15.1 0.17
2009-10 215 21.4 0.27
2010-11 432 19.2 0.25
2011-12 2,178 20.1 0.28
2012-13 3,449 19.5 0.28
2013-14 3,963 22.7 0.38
2014-15 4,149 22.5 0.37

1. Figures for previous cohorts may differ from previously published figures as updated information is fed into the Scottish Offenders Index.

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

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

4. The measurement of EEIs has been amended since the last publication, and these figures have been back-revised. Please see publication Annex and table B2 for more information.


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