In Scotland in 2018/19, 2 426 cases of rape were reported. Only 324 or 13% were prosecuted. Far too few, I know.
According to the Guardian today, in 2019/20, ‘Fewer than one in 60 rape cases recorded by the police last year resulted in a suspect being charged, analysis of Home Office figures seen by the Guardian reveals.’
1 in 60 is only 1.6%.
The Guardian also reported 52 210 rapes reported in England and Wales, pro rata more than twice the rate in Scotland.