Publication - Statistics

Criminal justice social work statistics: 2017-2018

Published: 4 Feb 2019
Directorate:
Safer Communities Directorate
Part of:
Law and order, Statistics
ISBN:
9781787815360

2017-2018 statistics on various areas of criminal justice social work in Scotland.

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Criminal justice social work statistics: 2017-2018
Table 16: Timescales for first direct contact and induction/case management meeting for community payback orders: 2013-14 to 2017-18

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Table 16: Timescales for first direct contact and induction/case management meeting for community payback orders: 2013-14 to 2017-18

2013-141 2014-151 2015-161 2016-171 2017-18
Number
Total 18,688 19,065 19,451 19,196 17,834
Time between order imposed and first contact
Within 1 working day 13,776 13,710 13,939 13,312 12,404
Over 1 - 5 working days 1,812 1,885 1,592 1,785 1,552
Over 5 working days 1,878 2,151 2,525 2,544 2,098
Not known/applicable 1,222 1,319 1,395 1,555 1,780
Time between order imposed and first induction/case management meeting
Within 5 working days 13,952 14,237 14,059 13,609 12,623
Over 5 - 10 working days 1,667 1,582 1,687 1,759 1,568
Over 10 working days 1,562 1,673 1,984 1,966 1,780
Not known/applicable 1,507 1,573 1,721 1,862 1,863
Percentage
Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Time between order imposed and first contact
Within 1 working day 78.9 77.3 77.2 75.5 77.3
Over 1 - 5 working days 10.4 10.6 8.8 10.1 9.7
Over 5 working days 10.8 12.1 14.0 14.4 13.1
Time between order imposed and first induction/case management meeting
Within 5 working days 81.2 81.4 79.3 78.5 79.0
Over 5 - 10 working days 9.7 9.0 9.5 10.1 9.8
Over 10 working days 9.1 9.6 11.2 11.3 11.1

Notes: Orders where the client did not/was unable to comply or orders transferred from another jurisdiction are included in the 'not known/applicable' category. These cases are not included in the percentage figures. The first induction/case management meeting involves clarifying health and safety procedures, requirements and expectations, and drawing up a case management plan.

1. Figures for 2013-14 to 2016-17 have been revised from those previously published due to the receipt of updated information from some councils.