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Hate Crime in Scotland

COPFS Performance

Civil Recovery Unit Annual Reports

Retained organs

Domestic Abuse

Civil Service People Survey

 

Hate Crime in Scotland

Information on race crime, on crimes aggravated by religious, disability, sexual orientation or transgender identity prejudice, and on offences under the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012 is available on our Equality and Diversity page

 

COPFS Performance

COPFS has a national database which stores operational information about our cases. That allows us to take decisions in each case and track the outcomes. We use it to help us manage our casework effectively and, although it is not a statistical database, we are able to use some of the information it provides to help us monitor aspects of our performance.

pdfPerformance Against Key Targets April 2016 to March 201771.2 KB

pdfCase Processing Financial Year April 2016 to March 201713.07 KB

pdfStatistics on Case Processing Last 5 Years 2012-1742.06 KB

pdfNo Action cases Reported to COPFS 2012-1736.34 KB

docxCOPFS Achievements (Updated November 2015)77.2 KB

pdfCOPFS Performance Measures (Updated November 2015)41.6 KB

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Civil Recovery Unit Annual Reports

pdf Civil Recovery Unit Annual Report 2013-2014 

pdfCivil Recovery Unit Annual Report 2012-2013

pdfCivil Recovery Unit Annual Report 2011-2012

pdfCivil Recovery Unit Annual Report 2010-2011

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Retained Organs

 

pdfRetained Organs as at 30 June 2017

pdfRetained Organs as at 30 June 2016

pdfRetained Organs as at 30 June 2015

pdfRetained Organs as at 30 June 2014

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Domestic Abuse

Domestic Abuse charges reported to COPFS 2015-2016

pdfDomestic abuse charges reported 2014-15 

pdfDomestic abuse charges reported explanatory notes 2014-15

pdfDomestic Abuse Charges reported 2013-14

pdfDomestic abuse charges reported explanatory notes 2013-14

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Civil Service People Survey

The Civil Service People Survey (CSPS) is an annual survey of the attitudes and work-life experiences of Civil Servants. Managed by the Cabinet Office it is open to all Civil Servants and those that work for Civil Service organisations. The CSPS provides consistent and robust metrics which helps understand how to improve levels of engagement across the Civil Service and in individual organisations.

The Civil Service publish organisation and benchmark scores on the Government website.

2016

The COPFS scores are published here: COPFS - Civil Service People Survey 2016.pdf

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