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 1.20: Percentage of respondents confident in aspects of the Scottish Criminal Justice System, 2014/15

Table A 1.20: Percentage of respondents confident in aspects of the Scottish Criminal Justice System, 2014/15

Percentage ‘very’ or ‘fairly confident’ Is effective in bringing people who commit crimes to justice Deals with cases promptly and efficiently Everyone has access to the legal system if they need it The system isnt different depending on where you live in Scotland. Provides victims of crime with the services and support they need. Provides witnesses with the services and support they need. Base
All 60 43 76 66 55 56 11,470
Male 61 44 77 68 55 58 5,180
Female 60 42 75 65 54 54 6,290
16 - 24 67 57 80 73 73 72 930
25 - 34 61 47 77 68 61 59 1,610
35 - 44 62 46 79 69 57 56 1,810
45 - 54 60 41 76 66 53 55 2,020
55 - 64 58 37 73 63 47 49 1,940
65 - 74 56 36 73 62 44 48 1,780
75+ 57 37 72 62 44 48 1,400
15% most deprived 54 46 74 62 56 56 1,690
Rest of Scotland 62 43 76 67 55 56 9,780
Urban 60 43 76 66 55 56 9,240
Rural 62 44 76 70 54 55 2,240
Victim 53 39 72 63 52 53 1,550
Non-victim 62 44 76 67 55 56 9,920

Base: 12,050

Variable name: QDCONF, QDGEN, QDAGE, SIMD_TOP, SIMD_QUINT, TENURE, URBRUR, TABNSSEC, NSSEC, QRELIG, QCONDIT and QLIMIT, QDETH3, VICFLAG3, QDKGEN, SEXORIEN and QSEXORIENT

Notes: Question: "How confident are you that the Scottish Criminal Justice System as a whole …?" Answer options: 'Very confident', 'Fairly confident', 'Not very confident', 'Not at all confident'


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