Police Scotland's focus is on keeping people safe. We do this by working in partnership to tackle policing priorities agreed locally for all our communities and at national level.

Police Scotland has developed an operational level performance framework to measure progress against delivery of the policing priorities outlined in the Annual Plan. The performance framework consists of a number of key performance indicators, some of which have targets attached, which are measured for Scotland and for the 14 local policing divisions.

Local policing is at the heart of our service. Police Scotland has published local policing plans for all multi-member wards and performance against these will be published at the end of the financial year.

Official statistics for policing in Scotland are produced by Scottish Government. Further information and recent publications, including recorded crime, are available online.

The Scottish Police Authority's website contains information on the SPA performance framework.


2015-2016

Quarterly Information Documents

Management Information Report Quarter 4 2015/16
Management Information Council Area Report Quarter 4 2015/16
Management Information Police Division Report Quarter 4 2015/16
Management Information Revisions Analysis Quarter 4 2015/16


Management Information Report Quarter 3 2015/16
Management Information Council Area Report Quarter 3 2015/16
Management Information Police Division Report Quarter 3 2015/16
Management Information Revisions Analysis Quarter 3 2015/16

Management Information Report Quarter 2 2015/16
Management Information Council Area Report Quarter 2 2015/16
Management Information Police Division Report Quarter 2 2015/16

Management Information Report Quarter 1 2015/16
Management Information Council Area Report Quarter 1 2015/16
Management Information Police Division Report Quarter 1 2015/16
Management Information Revisions Analysis Quarter 1 2015/16

Management Information: Call Handling Reports

Police Scotland currently has a network of service centres and area control rooms spread across the country which accept Emergency and Non-Emergency contacts.

For the purpose of transparency, Police Scotland has published call handling data captured from 1 April 2015. You can download the PDF files by clicking on the links below.

2016

Management Information - Call Handling (January)

Management Information - Call Handling (February)

Management Information - Call Handling (March)

Management Information - Call Handling (April)

Management Information - Call Handling (May)

2015

Management Information - Call Handling (April)

Management Information - Call Handling (May)

Management Information - Call Handling (June)

Management Information - Call Handling (July)

Management Information - Call Handling (August)

Management Information - Call Handling (September)

Management Information - Call Handling (October)

Management Information - Call Handling (November)

Management Information - Call Handling (December)

2014-2015

Quarterly Information Documents

Management Information Report Quarter 4 2014/15

Management Information Council Area Report Quarter 4 2014/15

Management Information Police Division Report Quarter 4 2014/15

Management Information Revisions Analysis Quarter 4 2014/15


Management Information Report Quarter 3 2014/15

Management Information Council Area Report Quarter 3 2014/15

Management Information Police Division Report Quarter 3 2014/15


Management Information Report Quarter 2 2014/15

Management Information Council Area Report Quarter 2 2014/15

Management Information Police Division Report Quarter 2 2014/15

 

Management Information Report Quarter 1 2014/15

Management Information Council Area Report Quarter 1 2014/15

Management Information Police Division Report Quarter 1 2014/15


2013-2014

Annual Information Documents

Management Information Year End 2013/14

Management Information Council Area Report Year End 2013/14

Management Information Police Division Report Year End 2013/14

 

Scottish Police Authority documents

We also provide regular reports to the scrutiny boards of Scotland's 32 local authorities as well as management information updates to the Scottish Police Authority which are discussed at the full public board meetings. Full agendas and papers for these meetings are available online.

2014
2013 

 

 

Related Documents

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