This information is not available. The data in the ‘Re-offending of adults’ publication reports on proven reoffending. An offender is said to have committed a proven reoffence if he or she receives a conviction at court for the reoffence. The reoffence must have been committed within the one year follow up period, and the conviction must follow either within that one year follow up, or in a further six months, which is to allow time for the offence to be proven at court.
The data sets used to compile the published reoffending figures do not include information on re-offences that fall outside the six month waiting period.
For more information on the latest reoffending statistics, and on frequency and severity of reoffending please consult: