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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Justice Analytical Services Data Report - March 2021

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, Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service, and Scottish Prison Service.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Justice Analytical Services Data Report - March 2021
101 and 999 call volumes

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101 and 999 call volumes

Total weekly 999 & 101 calls have been above 2019-20 levels in some recent weeks. It should be noted that coronavirus restrictions were introduced in March 2020.

  • Both 101 calls and 999 calls have remained relatively stable over the past four months.
  • In the week ending 4th April there were 39,898 calls made.
  • When combined, calls were higher than the previous week.
Chart: Number of calls
Line graph showing the numbers of 101 and 999 calls has been relatively stable in recent months.
Type of call Week ending 28th March 2021 Week ending 4th April 2021
101 calls 25,358 27,241
999 calls 10,661 12,657
Total calls 36,019 39,898

Contact

Email: Justice_Analysts@gov.scot