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Management Information Force Report: Quarter 2 2016/17

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Contents Introduction

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Recorded Crime Groups 1 - 5

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Group 1 Non Sexual Crimes of Violence

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Group 2 Sexual Crimes

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Group 3 Crimes of Dishonesty

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Group 4 Crimes of Fire-Raising, Malicious mischief etc

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Group 5 Other Crimes

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Group 6 Miscellaneous

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Group 7 Offences Relating to Motor Vehicles

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Road Traffic Collisions

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Serious and Organised Crime

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Anti-social Behaviour

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Domestic Abuse

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Missing Person Incidents

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User Satisfaction Survey

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Appendix 1 - Explanatory Notes

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Introduction What Is In This Report ? This report makes management information about Police Scotland available to the public on a regular basis. The management information presented here relates mainly to crime recorded by Police Scotland but some information about incidents and some survey data are also included. Published alongside this report are a series of complementary reports providing a breakdown of data available at police division or local authority level. What Is The Purpose Of This Report ? This report is intended to provide answers to questions about current crime levels in the different parts of Scotland. All data used in this report are provisional management information and not official statistics. This is the 2016/17 Q2 management information report covering the period 1 April to 30 September 2016. All data are correct at the published date and were extracted at the start of October 2016. These data are extracted from Police Scotland internal systems which are dynamic and continuously update as investigations progress. This report contains the most up to date recorded crime data that was available at the start of October 2016 for Q2 of the financial year 2016/17. This is the same management information that is used by Police Scotland to inform operational decision-making on a daily basis and which is reported regularly to local scrutiny boards and the Scottish Police Authority. What Should This Report Not Be Used For ? This means that this report is unsuitable for drawing longer term trend comparisons of crime types. If readers of this report are seeking time series analysis or trend information they should refer to the official statistics for recorded crime produced by Scottish Government http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2016/09/2960 or the official statistics on reported road casualties published by Transport Scotland (http://www.transportscotland.gov.uk/statistics/statistical-publications). How Does This Report Deal With Changes To Data ? The management information data for crime recorded in 2016/17 are provisional, because these are highly likely to experience re-classification and/or no-criming as investigations proceed. These data are highlighted in purple font on the tables throughout this report. Readers should note that all data for 2015/16 and 2016/17 were refreshed when they were extracted at the start of October 2016. This means that the data for 2015/16 Q2 published in this report will differ from the data previously published for 2015/16 Q2 last November (2015). It usually takes between one and two quarters for the data to settle and for most of the natural revisions to take place. We have published a separate revisions analysis to demonstrate the extent of these changes.

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Recorded Crime Groups 1-5 Table 1.1 below compares 2016/17 Q2 data extracted on 3 October 2016 with 2015/16 Q2 data extracted on the 2 October 2015 and released as Management Information by Police Scotland in November 2015. The table shows current figures consistent with the official statistics prepared by the Scottish Government. For further time series analysis please refer to the official statistics publication : (http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2016/09/2960). Table 1.1 is not comparable with other data tables in this report. Table 1.1 Crimes recorded by Police Scotland (previously published in 2015): Number of recorded, crime rate, detected and detection rate by crime group; 2015/16 - 2016/17 (year-to-date to end of Q2) Crime group

Number recorded

TOTAL CRIMES (Groups 1 to 5) Group 1: non sexual crimes of violence Group 2: sexual crimes Group 3: crimes of dishonesty Group 4: fire-raising, malicious mischief etc Group 5: other crimes

Crime group

Rate per 10,000 population

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

126 628 3 345 5 137 59 426 27 785 30 935

123 744 3 667 5 449 58 150 26 922 29 556

236.8 6.3 9.6 111.1 52.0 57.8

230.3 6.8 10.1 108.2 50.1 55.0

Number of detections

TOTAL CRIMES (Groups 1 to 5) Group 1: non sexual crimes of violence Group 2: sexual crimes Group 3: crimes of dishonesty Group 4: fire-raising, malicious mischief etc Group 5: other crimes

Detection rate (%)

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

65 304 2 809 3 956 22 602 6 703 29 234

62 772 2 843 3 551 21 006 6 969 28 403

51.6 84.0 77.0 38.0 24.1 94.5

50.7 77.5 65.2 36.1 25.9 96.1

Table 1.2 below shows Police Scotland Management Information for 2016/17 Q2 extracted on 3 October 2016. 2015/16 Q2 data has been refreshed and will differ from that published by Police Scotland in November 2015. The data highlighted in purple font in Table 1.2 below are provisonal management information and will be subject to change. Table 1.2 Crimes recorded by Police Scotland (as at 3 October 2016): Number of recorded, crime rate, detected and detection rate by crime group; 2015/16 - 2016/17 (year-to-date to end of Q2) Crime group

TOTAL CRIMES (Groups 1 to 5) Group 1: non sexual crimes of violence Group 2: sexual crimes Group 3: crimes of dishonesty Group 4: fire-raising, malicious mischief etc Group 5: other crimes

Crime group

TOTAL CRIMES (Groups 1 to 5) Group 1: non sexual crimes of violence Group 2: sexual crimes Group 3: crimes of dishonesty Group 4: fire-raising, malicious mischief etc Group 5: other crimes

Number recorded

Rate per 10,000 population

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

125 333 3 361 5 163 58 740 27 848 30 221

123 744 3 667 5 449 58 150 26 922 29 556

233.3 6.3 9.6 109.3 51.8 56.2

230.3 6.8 10.1 108.2 50.1 55.0

Number of detections

Detection rate (%)

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

64 967 2 806 3 948 22 468 6 678 29 067

62 772 2 843 3 551 21 006 6 969 28 403

51.8 83.5 76.5 38.2 24.0 96.2

50.7 77.5 65.2 36.1 25.9 96.1

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Group 1 Non Sexual Crimes of Violence During the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2, there were 3,667 Group 1 Non Sexual Crimes of Violence. The detection rate for Group 1 Non Sexual Crimes of Violence was 77.5% during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. Murder There were 31 murders recorded in Scotland during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. The detection rate for murder was 93.5%. Attempted Murder During the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2 there were 110 attempted murders recorded with a detection rate for attempted murder of 90.9%. Culpable Homicide1 There were 17 culpable homicides recorded during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. Serious Assault During the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2 there were 2,037 serious assaults. The detection rate for serious assaults was 78.3%. Robbery There were 724 robberies recorded in Scotland with a detection rate of 78.0% during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. Table Description Table 2 below shows the most up-to-date Police Scotland Management Information for 2016/17 Q2. All data for 2015/16 Q2 were refreshed when extracted on 3 October 2016. This means that these figures will differ from data previously published in November 2015. Recorded crime and offences may be subject to change due to ongoing investigations, new information coming to light, audit and review of crime and general housekeeping. A separate revision analysis describing these changes is available at http://www.scotland.police.uk/assets/pdf/138327/232757/management-information-revisions-analysisq22015 The data highlighted in purple font in Table 2 below are provisonal management information and will be subject to change. Table 2 Group 1 non sexual crimes of violence recorded by Police Scotland: Number of recorded, crime rate, detected and detection rate by crime group; 2015/16 - 2016/17 (year-to-date to end of Q2) Selected crime classification

TOTAL GROUP 1 Murder (excluding culpable homicide at common law) Culpable homicide (at common law) Culpable homicide (under statute including RTA, sec. 1)1 Attempted murder Serious assault Robbery and assault with intent to rob Cruel and unnatural treatment of children Other group 1 crimes

Selected crime classification

Number recorded

Rate per 10,000 population

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

% 2016/17 Change

3 361 28 4

3 667 31 -

6.3 0.1 0.0

6.8 0.1 -

14 156 1 867 644 368 280

17 110 2 037 724 384 364

0.0 0.3 3.5 1.2 0.7 0.5

0.0 0.2 3.8 1.3 0.7 0.7

Number of detections

Detection rate (%)

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

2 806 26 6

2 843 29 1

83.5 92.9 150.0

77.5 93.5 -

17 142 1 543 529 369 174

17 100 1 595 565 354 182

121.4 91.0 82.6 82.1 100.3 62.1

100.0 90.9 78.3 78.0 92.2 50.0

P TOTAL GROUP 1 Murder (excluding culpable homicide at common law) Culpable homicide (at common law) Culpable homicide (under statute including RTA, sec. 1) 1 Attempted murder Serious assault Robbery and assault with intent to rob Cruel and unnatural treatment of children Other group 1 crimes

1 - Culpable homicide (under statute) includes the following: causing death by dangerous driving; death by careless driving when under influence of drink or drugs; causing death by careless driving (illegal driver, disqualified, unlicensed etc) involved in fatal accident and corporate homicide.

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Group 2 Sexual Crimes There were 5,449 Group 2 Sexual Crimes recorded by Police Scotland during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. The overall detection rate for sexual offences was 65.2%. Rape During the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2 there were 931 crimes of rape recorded by Police Scotland. The detection rate for this period was 58.2%. Sexual Assault There were 3,407 sexual assaults (including indecent assault and lewd & libidnous practices). The detection rate for sexual assaults was 62.4%. Prostitution Related Crimes There were 173 prostitution related crimes recorded during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. The detection rate for prostitution related crimes was 96.0%. Table Description Table 3 below shows the most up-to-date Police Scotland Management Information for 2016/17 Q2. All data for 2015/16 Q2 were refreshed when extracted on 3 October 2016. This means that these figures will differ from data previously published in November 2015. Recorded crime and offences may be subject to change due to ongoing investigations, new information coming to light, audit and review of crime and general housekeeping. A separate revision analysis describing these changes is available at http://www.scotland.police.uk/assets/pdf/138327/232757/management-information-revisions-analysisq22015 The data highlighted in purple font in Table 3 below are provisonal management information and will be subject to change. Table 3 Group 2 sexual crimes recorded by Police Scotland: Number of recorded, crime rate, detected and detection rate by crime group; 2015/16 - 2016/17 (year-to-date to end of Q2) Selected crime classification

Number recorded

TOTAL GROUP 2 Rape Assault with intent to rape or ravish Sexual assault (pre-SOSA 2009) Sexual assault (SOSA 2009) Lewd & libidinous practices Sexual assault total Prostitution related crime Other Group 2 crimes

Selected crime classification

Rate per 10,000 population

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

5 163 878 58 178 2 354 526 3 058 168 1 001

5 449 931 56 146 2 665 596 3 407 173 882

9.6 1.6 0.1 0.3 4.4 1.0 5.7 0.3 1.9

10.1 1.7 0.1 0.3 5.0 1.1 6.3 0.3 1.6

Number of detections

Detection rate (%)

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

3 948 698 47 147 1 671 412 2 230 166 807

3 551 542 37 116 1 611 398 2 125 166 681

76.5 79.5 81.0 82.6 71.0 78.3 72.9 98.8 80.6

65.2 58.2 66.1 79.5 60.5 66.8 62.4 96.0 77.2

. TOTAL GROUP 2 Rape Assault with intent to rape or ravish Sexual assault (pre-SOSA 2009) Sexual assault (SOSA 2009) Lewd & libidinous practices Sexual assault total Prostitution related crime Other Group 2 crimes

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Group 3 Crimes of Dishonesty During the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2 there were 58,150 recorded crimes of dishonesty. The detection rate for crimes of dishonesty was 36.1%. Common Theft There were 17,753 crimes of common theft recorded with a detection rate of 21.5% during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. Theft by Housebreakings There were 8,128 housebreakings (including attempts) recorded during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. The detection rate for housebreaking, including attempts, was 22.4% Motor Vehicle Crime During the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2 there were 7,944 motor vehicle crimes recorded. The detection rate for motor vehicle crime was 24.2%. Table Description Table 4 below shows the most up-to-date Police Scotland Management Information for 2016/17 Q2. All data for 2015/16 Q2 were refreshed when extracted on 3 October 2016. This means that these figures will differ from data previously published in November 2015. Recorded crime and offences may be subject to change due to ongoing investigations, new information coming to light, audit and review of crime and general housekeeping. A separate revision analysis describing these changes is available at http://www.scotland.police.uk/assets/pdf/138327/232757/management-information-revisions-analysisq22015 The data highlighted in purple font in Table 4 below are provisonal management information and will be subject to change. Table 4 Group 3 crimes of dishonesty recorded by Police Scotland: Number of recorded, crime rate, detected and detection rate by crime group; 2015/16 - 2016/17 (year-to-date to end of Q2) Selected crime classification

TOTAL GROUP 3 Housebreaking (domestic dwelling, incl. attempts) Housebreaking (non-domestic dwelling, incl. attempts) Housebreaking (other, incl attempts) Total housebreaking (incl. attempts) Motor vehicle crime2 Theft by OLP3 (exc. motor vehicle) incl. attempts Theft (not elsewhere classified)4 Theft by shoplifting Fraud Other Group 3 crimes

Selected crime classification

TOTAL GROUP 3 Housebreaking (domestic dwelling, incl. attempts) Housebreaking (non-domestic dwelling, incl. attempts) Housebreaking (other, incl attempts) Total housebreaking (incl. attempts) Motor vehicle crime2 Theft by OLP3 (exc. motor vehicle) incl. attempts Theft (not elsewhere classified)4 Theft by shoplifting Fraud Other Group 3 crimes

Number recorded

Rate per 10,000 population

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

58 740 4 196 1 971 2 397 8 564 8 393

58 150 3 975 1 993 2 160 8 128 7 944

109.3 7.8 3.7 4.5 15.9 15.6

108.2 7.4 3.7 4.0 15.1 14.8

1 169

1 039

2.2

1.9

18 339

17 753

34.1

33.0

14 136 3 452 4 687

14 453 3 876 4 957

26.3 6.4 8.7

26.9 7.2 9.2

Number of detections

Detection rate (%)

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

22 468 1 417 318 767 2 502 2 249 268 3 996 10 261 1 633 1 559

21 006 915 304 599 1 818 1 923 191 3 823 10 274 1 453 1 524

38.2 33.8 16.1 32.0 29.2 26.8 22.9 21.8 72.6 47.3 33.3

36.1 23.0 15.3 27.7 22.4 24.2 18.4 21.5 71.1 37.5 30.7

2 - Motor vehicle crime includes: theft by OLP (motor vehicle); OLP with intent to steal; attempted OLP with intent to steal; theft of motor vehicle; attempted theft of a motor vehicle; theft from a motor vehicle (not elsewhere classified). 3 - OLP (opening lock-fast place). 4 - Theft not elsewhere classified includes: theft at common law, the Gas Act 1986 and Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 (S67(1)&(6)).

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Group 4 Crimes of Fire-raising, Malicious Mischief etc There were 26,922 Group 4 crimes recorded during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. The overall detection rate for Group 4 crimes was 25.9%. Vandalism/Malicious Mischief During the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2 there were 24,260 crimes of vandalism or malicious mischief recorded with a detection rate of 24.9%. Fireraising The volume of crimes of fireraising recorded was 1,411 with a detection rate of 25.9% during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. Table Description Table 5 below shows the most up-to-date Police Scotland Management Information for 2016/17 Q2. All data for 2015/16 Q2 were refreshed when extracted on 3 October 2016. This means that these figures will differ from data previously published in November 2015. Recorded crime and offences may be subject to change due to ongoing investigations, new information coming to light, audit and review of crime and general housekeeping. A separate revision analysis describing these changes is available at http://www.scotland.police.uk/assets/pdf/138327/232757/management-information-revisionsanalysis-q22015 The data highlighted in purple font in Table 5 below are provisonal management information and will be subject to change. Table 5 Group 4 crimes of fire-raising, malicious mischief etc recorded by Police Scotland: Number of recorded, crime rate, detected and detection rate by crime group; 2015/16 - 2016/17 (year-to-date to end of Q2) Selected crime classification

TOTAL GROUP 4 Fireraising Vandalism/malicious mischief Reckless conduct with a firearm Reckless conduct (not firearm) Other Group 4 crimes

Selected crime classification

Number recorded

Rate per 10,000 population

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

% 2016/17 Change

27 848 1 392 25 090 58 1 286 22

26 922 1 411 24 260 49 1 167 35

51.8 2.6 46.7 0.1 2.4 0.0

50.1 2.6 45.2 0.1 2.2 0.1

Number of detections

Detection rate (%)

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

6 678 368 5 708 39 556 7

6 969 365 6 038 36 517 13

24.0 26.4 22.8 67.2 43.2 31.8

25.9 25.9 24.9 73.5 44.3 37.1

P TOTAL GROUP 4 Fireraising Vandalism/malicious mischief Reckless conduct with a firearm Reckless conduct (not firearm) Other Group 4 crimes

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Group 5 Other Crimes During the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2 there were 29,556 Group 5 crimes recorded with an overall detection rate of 96.1%. Carrying Offensive Weapons (incl.restriction) There were 627 crimes of carrying offensive weapons (incl.restriction) with a detection rate of 94.7% during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. Handling Bladed/Pointed Instrument The number of handling bladed/pointed instrument offences recorded during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2 was 1093 with a detection rate of 96.8%. Drugs Supply and Production During the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2 there were 2,476 offences for drugs supply and production. The detection rate for drugs supply and production was 88.6%. Possession of Drugs The number of possession of drugs crimes recorded was 15,203 for the period to the end of Q2. The detection rate was 97.2%. Table Description Table 6 below shows the most up-to-date Police Scotland Management Information for 2016/17 Q2. All data for 2015/16 Q2 were refreshed when extracted on 3 October 2016. This means that these figures will differ from data previously published in November 2015. Recorded crime and offences may be subject to change due to ongoing investigations, new information coming to light, audit and review of crime and general housekeeping. A separate revision analysis describing these changes is available at http://www.scotland.police.uk/assets/pdf/138327/232757/management-information-revisionsanalysis-q22015 The data highlighted in purple font in Table 6 below are provisonal management information and will be subject to change. Table 6 Group 5 other crimes recorded by Police Scotland: Number of recorded, crime rate, detected and detection rate by crime group; 2015/16 - 2016/17 (year-to-date to end of Q2) Selected crime classification

TOTAL GROUP 5 Bail offences other than absconding Carrying offensive weapons (incl. restriction) Handling bladed/pointed instrument Total offensive/bladed weapons Drugs supply and production Possession of drugs Other drugs offences (incl. importation) Total drugs crimes Offences relating to serious organised crime Other Group 5 crimes

Selected crime classification

TOTAL GROUP 5 Bail offences other than absconding Carrying offensive weapons (incl. restriction) Handling bladed/pointed instrument Total offensive/bladed weapons Drugs supply and production Possession of drugs Other drugs offences (incl. importation) Total drugs crimes Offences relating to serious organised crime Other Group 5 crimes

Number recorded

Rate per 10,000 population

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

% 2016/17 Change

30 221 4 076 594 1 010 1 604 2 607 15 471 78 18 156 19 6 366

29 556 4 025 627 1 093 1 720 2 476 15 203 78 17 757 4 6 050

56.2 7.6 1.1 1.9 3.0 4.9 28.8 0.1 33.8 0.0 11.8

55.0 7.5 1.2 2.0 3.2 4.6 28.3 0.133.0 0.0 11.3

Number of detections

Detection rate (%)

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

29 067 3 999 563 972 1 535 2 464 14 810 67 17 341 19 6 173

28 403 3 821 594 1 058 1 652 2 194 14 775 60 17 029 6 5 895

96.2 98.1 94.8 96.2 95.7 94.5 95.7 85.9 95.5 100.0 97.0

96.1 94.9 94.7 96.8 96.0 88.6 97.2 76.9 95.9 150.0 97.4

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Group 6 Miscellaneous Offences There were 81,578 Group 6 offences recorded during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. The overall detection rate for Group 6 offences was 80.8%. Common Assault The number of common assaults recorded was 30,044 during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. Common assault of emergency workers (3,333) accounted for 11.1% of all common assaults reported during the period to the end of Q2 2016/17. The detection rate for common assault was 70.9%. Racially Aggravated Harassment/Conduct The number of racially aggravated harassment/conduct crimes was 1118 with a detection rate of 87.6% during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. Consume Alcohol in Designated Place Local Bye-Law The number of consume alcohol in designated place local bye-law crimes was 8,824. Table Description Table 7 below shows the most up-to-date Police Scotland Management Information for 2016/17 Q2. All data for 2015/16 Q2 were refreshed when extracted on 3 October 2016. This means that these figures will differ from data previously published in November 2015. Recorded crime and offences may be subject to change due to ongoing investigations, new information coming to light, audit and review of crime and general housekeeping. A separate revision analysis describing these changes is available at http://www.scotland.police.uk/assets/pdf/138327/232757/management-information-revisions-analysis-q22015 The data highlighted in purple font in Table 7 below are provisonal management information and will be subject to change. Table 7 Group 6 miscellaneous offences recorded by Police Scotland: Number of recorded offences, offence rate, detected and detection rate by selected offence classification; 2015/16 - 2016/17 (year-to-date to end of Q2) Selected offence classification

TOTAL GROUP 6 Common assault (excl. assault of emergency worker) Common assault of emergency worker Total common assaults Breach of the peace Threatening and abusive behaviour Stalking Breach of the peace (incl. threats and stalking) Racially aggravated harassment/conduct Drunk and incapable Consume alcohol in designated place local bye-law Other alcohol related offences Drunkenness and other disorderly conduct Wildlife Offences Other Group 6 offences

Selected offence classification

TOTAL GROUP 6 Common assault (excl. assault of emergency worker) Common assault of emergency worker Total common assaults Breach of the peace Threatening and abusive behaviour Stalking Breach of the peace (incl. threats and stalking) Racially aggravated harassment/conduct Drunk and incapable Consume alcohol in designated place local bye-law Other alcohol related offences Drunkenness and other disorderly conduct Wildlife Offences Other Group 6 offences

Number recorded

Rate per 10,000 population

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

92 389 26 492 3 234 29 726 6 851 24 979 728 32 558 1 193 927 15 698 730 17 355 152 11 405

81 578 26 711 3 333 30 044 4 835 25 672 683 31 190 1 118 747 8 824 645 10 216 154 8 856

172.0 49.3 6.0 55.3 12.8 46.5 1.4 60.6 2.2 1.7 29.2 1.4 32.3 0.3 21.2

151.8 49.7 6.2 55.9 9.0 47.8 1.3 58.0 2.1 1.4 16.4 1.2 19.0 0.3 16.5

Number of detections

Detection rate (%)

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

78 895 19 511 3 206 22 717 6 812 20 731 589 28 132 1 075 918 15 639 724 17 281 82 9 608

65 945 18 039 3 268 21 307 4 822 21 107 564 26 493 979 745 8 796 638 10 179 109 6 878

85.4 73.6 99.1 76.4 99.4 83.0 80.9 86.4 90.1 99.0 99.6 99.2 99.6 53.9 84.2

80.8 67.5 98.0 70.9 99.7 82.2 82.6 84.9 87.6 99.7 99.7 98.9 99.6 70.8 77.7

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Group 7 Offences Relating to Motor Vehicles During the period to the end of Q2 2016/17 there were 74,183 Group 7 offences recorded. Speeding Offences The number of speeding offences recorded was 20,399 during the period to the end of Q2 2016/17. Drink, Drug Driving Offences (incl. fail to provide a specimen) The number of drink, drug driving offences (incl. fail to provide a specimen) recorded was 3,117 during the period to the end of Q2 2016/17. Seatbelt and Mobile Phone Offences There were 2,839 seatbelt offences and 4,098 mobile phone offences recorded during the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2. Table Description Table 8 below shows the most up-to-date Police Scotland Management Information for 2016/17 Q2. All data for 2015/16 Q2 were refreshed when extracted on 3 October 2016. This means that these figures will differ from data previously published in November 2015. Recorded crime and offences may be subject to change due to ongoing investigations, new information coming to light, audit and review of crime and general housekeeping. A separate revision analysis describing these changes is available at http://www.scotland.police.uk/assets/pdf/138327/232757/management-information-revisions-analysis-q22015 The data highlighted in purple font in Table 8 below are provisonal management information and will be subject to change. Table 8 Group 7 offences relating to motor vehicles recorded by Police Scotland: Number of recorded, crime rate, detected and detection rate by crime group; 2015/16 - 2016/17 (year-to-date to end of Q2) Selected offence classification

TOTAL GROUP 7 Dangerous driving offences Drink, drug driving offences (incl. fail to provide a specimen) Speeding offences Driving while disqualified Driving without a licence Failure to insure against third party risks Seat belt offences Mobile phone offences Driving carelessly Drivers neglect of traffic directions (not pedestrian crossings) Using a motor vehicle without test certificate Other Group 7 offences

Selected offence classification

TOTAL GROUP 7 Dangerous driving offences Drink, drug driving offences (incl. fail to provide a specimen) Speeding offences Driving while disqualified Driving without a licence Failure to insure against third party risks Seat belt offences Mobile phone offences Driving carelessly Drivers neglect of traffic directions (not pedestrian crossings) Using a motor vehicle without test certificate Other Group 7 offences

Number recorded

Rate per 10,000 population

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

94 435 1 523 2 669 32 826 585 3 388 7 067 5 590 6 314 4 580 6 273 7 513 16 107

74 183 1 495 3 117 20 399 705 3 701 8 360 2 839 4 098 4 588 3 068 7 345 14 468

175.8 2.8 5.0 61.1 1.1 6.3 13.2 10.4 11.8 8.5 11.7 14.0 30.0

138.1 2.8 5.8 38.0 1.3 6.9 15.6 5.3 7.6 8.5 5.7 13.7 26.9

Number of detections

Detection rate (%)

2015/16

2016/17

2015/16

2016/17

92 039 1 341 2 649 32 807 561 3 328 6 927 5 587 6 308 4 329 6 239 7 505 14 458

71 660 1 297 3 083 20 372 707 3 713 8 295 2 840 4 082 4 274 3 038 7 319 12 640

97.5 88.0 99.3 99.9 95.9 98.2 98.0 99.9 99.9 94.5 99.5 99.9 89.8

96.6 86.8 98.9 99.9 100.3 100.3 99.2 100.0 99.6 93.2 99.0 99.6 87.4

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NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED THESE DATA ARE POLICE SCOTLAND MANAGEMENT INFORMATION, NOT OFFICIAL RECORDED CRIME STATISTICS

Missing Person Incidents Number of Road Traffic Collision Casualties

During the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2, 108 people were killed on the roads. Over the same period there were 765 people seriously injured. 4,053 slight injuries were also recorded. During the period to the end of 2016/17 Q2, 79 children were killed or seriously injured on the roads. Official Statistics on reported road casualties are published by Transport Scotland (http://www.transportscotland.gov.uk/statistics/statisticalpublications). Table 9 Number of road traffic collision casualties - Police Scotland: By casualty severity; 2015/16 - 2016/17 (year-to-date to end of Q2) Casualty severity

TOTAL CASUALTIES Fatal Serious Slight Number of people killed / seriously injured (KSI) Number of children (aged