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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Justice Analytical Services data report - July 2020

Second release of a monthly data report on how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the justice system in Scotland, including information from Police Scotland, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, courts and prisons.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Justice Analytical Services data report - July 2020
Incidents recorded

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Incidents recorded

Weekly incident numbers remain below 2019 levels

Since lockdown began, incident numbers have been trending below 2019 levels.

Scotland entered Phase 2 of its route map on 28th May. There was an increase in incidents during that week (w/e Sunday 31st May). However, incident numbers have remained below 2019 levels in the weeks that folllowed.

Line graph showing the number of incidents recorded by Police Scotland since 29th March with comparable figures for 2019.

In the week ending 2nd August:

30,165 incidents recorded Down 17% compared to an equivalent week in 2019 (36,524 incidents)

Further information:
A full breakdown of calls & incident volumes is available from:
https://www.scotland.police.uk/about-us/covid-19-police-scotland-response/enforcement-and-response-data/


Contact

Email: Justice_Analysts@gov.scot