Publication - Statistics

Racist Incidents Recorded by the Police in Scotland, 2013-14

Published: 24 Nov 2015
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9781785448584

This bulletin presents statistics on racist incidents recorded by Police Scotland in 2013-14.

Racist incidents reported to the police may involve one or more victims/ complainers, one or more perpetrators, and may result in one or more crimes or offences being recorded.

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Racist Incidents Recorded by the Police in Scotland, 2013-14
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Table 3: Racist incidents recorded, by location of incident, Scotland, 2004-05 to 2013-14 1

Number & Percentage

Location

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-093

2009-103

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

% breakdown 2013-14

Dwelling house (including garden)

804

845

1,418

913

895

715

933

997

993

975

20.5

Street

1,396

1,763

1,818

1,626

1,652

1,240

1,623

1,801

1,469

1,707

36.0

Shop

1,101

1,145

823

1,121

718

677

834

919

779

641

13.5

Restaurant/Takeaway

388

449

353

389

369

317

390

331

265

242

5.1

Other Business

129

164

122

144

430

116

128

189

136

165

3.5

Public transport/bus stop

51

74

73

88

143

72

95

97

103

72

1.5

School/College

73

71

59

69

65

51

55

77

74

78

1.6

Sporting Venue

17

21

22

24

126

19

32

41

27

23

0.5

Pub/place of public entertainment

143

185

148

214

195

219

271

359

265

220

4.6

Place of Worship

12

28

19

31

13

11

15

21

11

13

0.3

Medical Establishment (e.g. hospital, health centre)

47

61

50

59

58

49

72

90

81

114

2.4

Other

358

305

417

566

468

331

463

389

378

496

10.5

Unknown

-

1

-

3

13

1,143

-

78

47

61

Total

4,519

5,112

5,322

5,247

5,145

4,960

4,911

5,389

4,628

4,807

100.0%

1. Due to a change in recording practice, the data for 2008-09 and 2009-10, contains abnormal data for several categories. Care should be taken when looking at the change from year to year.


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