Publication - Statistics

Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2014/15: Main Findings

Published: 15 Mar 2016
ISBN:
9781786521026

Main findings from the Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2014/15.

Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2014/15: Main Findings
Table A 1.15: Percentage of respondents confidence in local policing's ability to respond quickly to appropriate calls and information from the public, by police division, from 2008/09 to 2014/15

Table A 1.15: Percentage of respondents confidence in local policing's ability to respond quickly to appropriate calls and information from the public, by police division, from 2008/09 to 2014/15

Percentage ‘very’ or ‘fairly confident’ 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2012/13 2014/15 From 2008/09 to 2014/15 From 2012/13 to 2014/15
All 54 58 61 66 64 9 * -2 *
Aberdeen City 56 57 61 70 63 7 -7 *
Aberdeenshire and Moray 48 55 55 58 58 10 * 0
Forth Valley 53 61 63 71 69 16 * -2
Fife 59 58 64 68 63 4 -5
Greater Glasgow 54 56 64 65 66 12 * 1
Renfrewshire and Inverclyde 51 54 58 71 68 17 * -3
Argyll and West Dunbartonshire 56 63 67 70 69 12 * -2
Lanarkshire 47 50 51 55 59 12 * 5
Ayrshire 45 52 57 59 60 15 * 2
Edinburgh City 59 66 65 71 72 13 * 1
The Lothians and Scottish Borders 55 57 56 67 56 1 -11 *
Dumfries and Galloway 61 64 64 70 61 0 -9 *
Tayside 58 63 65 72 65 7 * -7 *
Highlands and Islands 69 69 70 73 65 -3 -8 *

Base: 2008/09 (16,000), 2009/10 (16,040), 2010/11 (13,010), 2012/13 (12,050), 2014/15 (11,470)

Variable name: QPOLCONF_02

Notes:

1. Question wording: "How confident are you in your local police force's ability to respond quickly to appropriate calls and information from the public?" Answer Options: 'A lot more crime', 'A little more', 'About the same', 'A little less', 'A lot less'.

2. Changes which are statistically significant over time, at the 95% confidence level, are highlighted with an "*".

3. Police Divisions where the results are statistically significantly different from the Scotland level result, at the 95% confidence level, are highlighted in bold and italics.


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