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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Contents
Criminal justice social work statistics: 2017-2018
Table 24: Community payback order unpaid work or other activity requirements by whether completed to timescale and reasons for not completing to timescale: 2017-18

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Table 24: Community payback order unpaid work or other activity requirements by whether completed to timescale and reasons for not completing to timescale: 2017-18

Total requirements successfully completed 8,855
Requirements completed within specified timescale 6,578
Requirements which completed within 3 months (level 1) or 6 months (level 2)1 3,218
Requirements completed within later timescale1 given by court 3,360
Requirements completed outwith timescale 2,277
Reason why requirements were not completed within timescale
Non-compliance 22.1
Offender's paid employment 11.8
Offender's ill health 8.0
Difficulty finding suitable work 2.3
Suitable social work staff not available 9.6
Other: client based 33.9
Other: non-client based 12.3

Notes: The information in this table on reasons excludes some orders where this information was not provided.

1. The Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010 defines the time limit for completion of an unpaid work or other activity requirement as "3 months or such longer period as the court may specify in the requirement" for level 1 and "6 months or such longer period as the court may specify in the requirement" for level 2.