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Summary Justice Reform: Victims, Witnesses and Public Perceptions Evaluation

Published: 2 Feb 2012
ISBN:
9781780456232

A report on the findings of the evaluation of the impact of summary justice reforms on the experiences of victims and witnesses, and on victim, witness and public perceptions of summary justice in Scotland and the summary justice reforms.

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Contents
Summary Justice Reform: Victims, Witnesses and Public Perceptions Evaluation
Appendix B - CJBMIS KPI Data

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Appendix B - CJBMIS KPI Data

Figure B.1 Percentage of summary criminal cases dealt with within 26 weeks, (caution and charge to verdict), December 2007 to July 2011, National data

Figure B.1 Percentage of summary criminal cases dealt with within 26 weeks, (caution and charge to verdict), December 2007 to July 2011, National data

Figure B.2 Average number of diets per case, December 2007 to July 2010, National data

Figure B.2 Average number of diets per case, December 2007 to July 2010, National data

Data relate to the average number of appearances* per case for summary courts, by month that case is first closed (summary court cases only)

(* defined as the number of times a case is called "in court")

Figure B.3 Number of witness citations, December 2007 to July 2011, National Data

Figure B.3 Number of witness citations, December 2007 to July 2011, National Data

The 'other' category includes expert witnesses

Figure B.4 Percentage of repeat witness citations, December 2007 to July 2010, National data

Figure B.4 Percentage of repeat witness citations, December 2007 to July 2010, National data


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