Criminal justice social work statistics in Scotland: 2016-17
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Table 11 Community payback order requirements: 2012-13 to 2016-17
|2012-13 2||2013-14 2||2014-15 2||2015-16 2||2016-17|
|Unpaid work or other activity||12,786||14,941||14,928||15,131||14,613|
|Unpaid work or other activity and offender supervision||5,701||5,374||5,620||5,619|
|Mental health treatment||96||66||45||43||44|
|Unpaid work or other activity||79.6||80.0||78.3||77.8||76.4|
|Unpaid work or other activity and offender supervision||30.5||28.2||28.9||29.4|
|Mental health treatment||0.6||*||*||*||*|
1. The fall in the use of the conduct requirement after 2012-13 is chiefly due to a 2012 appeal court judgement that conduct requirements must be specific and include more than general conditions to stay out of trouble or to refrain from committing another criminal offence. This will have an impact on the level of supervision requirements as orders with a conduct requirement should also include supervision.
2. Figures for 2012-13 to 2015-16 have been revised from those previously published due to the receipt of updated information from some councils.
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