Scottish Policing Performance Framework Annual Report, 2012-13

DescriptionThis publication presents information collected by the police on 38 different performance indicators together with statistical commentary.
ISBN9781784120313
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateNovember 05, 2013

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Contents

Introduction

1 Service Response

1.1 Complaints about police officers and police staff
1.2 Quality of service complaints
1.3 User satisfaction with service provided
1.4 Public confidence in the police
1.5 Percentage of 999 calls answered within 10 seconds
1.6 Time taken to respond to emergency response calls
1.7 Handling of non-emergency calls

2 Public Reassurance and Community Safety

2.1 Number of recorded crimes and offences, and detection rates
2.2 Number of racist incidents, racially motivated crimes and offences, and detection rates
2.3 Number of recorded antisocial behaviour community crimes and offences, and detection rates
2.4 Number of persons killed or injured in road traffic collisions
2.5 Offenders managed under Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) who are reconvicted or breach conditions
2.6 Perception of the general crime rate in the local area over the last two years
2.7 Victimisation rates for personal and household crimes
2.8 Level of personal and household crime and the proportion reported to police
2.9 Volume of forensic services provided
2.10 Number of Special Constables and the hours they are on duty

3 Criminal Justice and Tackling Crime

3.1 Percentage of criminal cases dealt with within 26 weeks
3.2 Overall reconviction
3.3 Number and percentage of reports received by the Procurator Fiscal within 28 calendar days
3.4 Number of detected crimes and offences by children and young people 52
3.5 Percentage of children and young people diverted to the Early and Effective Intervention (EEI) processes
3.6 Number of individuals reported to the Procurator Fiscal where proceedings were not taken
3.7 Weight of Class A drug seizures and number of supply and possession with intent to supply offences recorded
3.8 Police direct measures for adults
3.9 Value of net criminal assets identified for restraint through criminal proceedings by the Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency (SCDEA)
3.10 Level of counter-terrorism advice delivered to communities

4 Sound Governance and Efficiency

4.1 Value of efficiency savings generated by forces
4.2 Value of efficiencies generated by the Scottish Police Services Authority (SPSA)
4.3 Percentage of working time lost to sickness absence
4.4 Turnover rates for police officers and police staff
4.5 Percentage of salary costs accounted for by overtime
4.6 Relevance of learning provided by the Scottish Police College
4.7 Numbers of police officers, police staff and special constables
4.8 Staffing profile by disability, ethnicity and gender
4.9 Total expenditure on salaries, operating costs and capital
4.10 Expenditure per resident
4.11 Scottish Police Services Authority (SPSA) expenditure

5 Context Measures

5.1 Number of telephone calls and incidents
5.2 Number of sudden deaths reported to the Procurator Fiscal
5.3 Number of missing person incidents
5.4 Number of registered sex offenders in the community
5.5 Number of domestic abuse incidents
5.6 Number of problem drug users
5.7 Number of individuals brought into custody
5.8 Number of freedom of information requests and questions

6 Notes on Statistics

6.1 Comparability and revisions to data
6.2 Revisions to section youth crime indicator - section 3.4
6.3 New and altered legislation
6.4 Estimated cost of data collection
6.5 Disclosure control
6.6 Developments made to indicators in this 2012-13 report
6.7 Symbols used in the report
6.8 Rounding

AN OFFICIAL STATISTICS PUBLICATION FOR SCOTLAND

List of Tables

Table 1.1.1: Total number of complaints cases received
Table 1.1.2: Number of closed allegations
Table 1.1.3: Percentage of closed allegations where action has been taken
Table 1.2.1: Number of quality of service closed allegations contained within complaint cases
Table 1.3.1: Number of surveys issued and percentage returned
Table 1.3.2: Percentage of users satisfied/dissatisfied with the overall way the police dealt with the incident
Table 1.4.1: Percentage of respondents to the 2010-11 SCJS who are confident in the police to:
Table 1.4.2: Percentage of respondents from all forces who are confident in the police to:
Table 1.5.1: Percentage of 999 calls answered within 10 seconds
Table 1.6.1: Number of emergency response incidents, percentage responded to within target time and average response time
Table 1.7.1: Number of non-emergency telephone calls and proportion answered within 40 seconds

Table 2.1.1: Number of recorded crimes and offences, 2012-13
Table 2.1.2: Number of recorded crimes
Table 2.1.3: Number of recorded crimes per 10,000 population
Table 2.1.4: Detection rate for recorded crimes
Table 2.1.5: Number of recorded offences
Table 2.1.6: Number of recorded offences per 10,000 population
Table 2.1.7: Detection rate for recorded Group 6 offences
Table 2.2.1: Number of recorded racist incidents
Table 2.2.2: Number of racially motivated crimes and offences recorded
Table 2.2.3: Detection rate for recorded racially motivated crimes and offences
Table 2.3.1: Number of antisocial behaviour community crimes and offences recorded, and detection rates
Table 2.4.1: Number of road traffic collisions resulting in slight, serious and/or fatal injury
Table 2.4.2: Number of persons (including children) killed or injured in road traffic collisions
Table 2.5.1: Total number of cases managed under MAPPA, the number of offenders convicted of a further sexual or violent event, and the number of offenders returned to custody for a breach of licence
Table 2.6.1: Percentage perceived change in the local crime rate since two years ago
Table 2.7.1: Percentage of individuals who have been victims of crime
Table 2.8.1: Estimated number of violent crimes and the proportion reported to police
Table 2.8.2: Estimated number of personal crimes and the proportion reported to police
Table 2.8.3: Estimated number of household crimes and the proportion reported to police
Table 2.9.1: Number of scenes examined and percentage where evidence was recovered
Table 2.9.2: Volume of forensic services provided, 2012-13

Table 3.1.1: Percentage of sheriff summary court cases dealt with within 26 weeks
Table 3.1.2: Percentage of District Court/Justice of the Peace Court cases dealt with within 26 weeks
Table 3.2.1: One year reconviction frequency rates by police force: 2004-05 to 2010-11 cohorts
Table 3.3.1: Percentage of police reports submitted within 28 calendar days of caution and charge
Table 3.4.1: Number of recorded crimes and offences detected which were committed by children and young people (aged 8-17 inclusive), 2012-13, groups 1 to 6
Table 3.4.2: Number of recorded crimes detected which were committed by children and young people (aged 8-17 inclusive) - groups 1 to 5
Table 3.4.3: Number of recorded offences detected which were committed by young people (aged 8-17 inclusive) - group 6
Table 3.4.4: Number of 8-17 year olds who have committed detected crimes or offences
Table 3.6.1: Percentage of subjects included in Standard Prosecution Reports (SPRs) marked 'No Proceedings'
Table 3.7.1: Weight of class A drug seizures
Table 3.7.2: Percentage of recorded offences for supply and possession with intent to supply that relate to class A drugs
Table 3.8.1: Percentage of antisocial behaviour fixed penalty notices complied with
Table 3.8.2: Number of police formal warnings issued
Table 3.9.1: Value of net criminal assets identified for restraint through criminal proceedings by the SCDEA (£'000s)
Table 3.10.1: Number of counter-terrorism briefings/presentations delivered, and number of non-police people present

Table 4.2.1: Value of efficiencies generated by the SPSA (£000)
Table 4.3.1: Percentage of working days lost due to sickness absence
Table 4.4.1: Percentage of police officers and police staff leaving the force in the year
Table 4.5.1: Percentage of total police officer and police staff payroll accounted for by overtime
Table 4.7.1: Number of police officers
Table 4.7.2: Number of police staff
Table 4.7.3: Number of Special Constables
Table 4.8.1: Percentage of police officers, police staff and Special Constables by declared disability, 2012-13
Table 4.8.2: Percentage of police officers, police staff and Special Constables by declared ethnicity, 2012-13
Table 4.8.3: Percentage of police officers, police staff and Special Constables by gender, 2012-13
Table 4.9.1: Expenditure on salaries (£000)
Table 4.9.2: Expenditure on operating overheads (£000)
Table 4.9.3: Expenditure on capital (£000)
Table 4.10.1: Expenditure per resident (£)
Table 4.11.1: SPSA expenditure (£000)

Table 5.1.1: Number of non-emergency telephone calls
Table 5.1.2: Number of incidents
Table 5.2.1: Number of sudden deaths reported to the Procurator Fiscal
Table 5.3.1: Number of missing person incidents
Table 5.4.1: Number of registered sex offenders in the community
Table 5.5.1: Number of domestic abuse incidents
Table 5.6.1: Estimated number of problem drug users
Table 5.7.1: Number of individuals brought into custody
Table 5.8.1: Number of freedom of information requests

List of charts

Chart 1.3.1: Percentage satisfied with the overall way that the police dealt with the incident, by police force and year
Chart 1.5.1: Percentage of 999 calls answered within 10 seconds, by police force and year
Chart 1.7.1: Percentage of non-emergency telephone calls answered within 40 seconds

Chart 2.1.1: Number of recorded crimes per 10,000 population, by police force
Chart 2.2.1: Detection rate for recorded racially motivated crimes and offences, by force and year
Chart 2.4.1: Number of persons (including children) killed or injured in road traffic collisions, by police force
Chart 2.9.1: Number of scenes attended by forensic services

Chart 3.1.1: Percentage of sheriff summary court cases dealt within 26 weeks, by police force area
Chart 3.3.1: Percentage of reports submitted to the Procurator Fiscal within 28 calendar days, by police force
Chart 3.8.1: Percentage of antisocial behaviour fixed penalty notices complied with, by police force

Chart 4.3.1: Percentage of working days lost due to sickness absence by police officers and police staff, by police force
Chart 4.4.1: Percentage of police officers and police staff leaving the force during the year, by police force
Chart 4.5.1: Percentage of total police officer and police staff payroll accounted for by overtime, by police force
Chart 4.10.1: Expenditure per resident (£), by police force