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Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: index

Statistics on compensation recipients and new claims, awards and appeals made under the Armed Forces and Reserve Forces Compensation Scheme.

Following a public consultation during June to July 2017 on the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics, the frequency of this publication has reduced from bi-annual to annual.

The published Armed Forces Compensation Scheme National Statistic provides the latest recorded decision for a claim as at the end of each financial year. This presentation supports the National Statistic by explaining the reasons why initial outcomes can change.

Upcoming release dates for this publication are available here.

How can initial AFCS outcomes change over time

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Editions

  1. Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: financial year 2017/18
  2. Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: financial year 2016/17
  3. Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: financial year 2015/16
  4. Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: financial year 2014/15
  5. Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: financial year 2013/14
  6. Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: financial year 2012/13
  7. Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: financial year 2011/12
  8. Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: financial year 2010/11
  9. Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: background quality report
Published 25 February 2014
Last updated 28 June 2018 + show all updates
  1. Added Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: financial year 2017/18.
  2. Added information about the outcome of a public consultation on the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics.
  3. Added 'How can initial AFCS outcomes change over time' video.
  4. Added Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: financial year 2016/17
  5. Added Armed Forces Compensation Scheme statistics: financial year 2015/16
  6. Included a sentence with link for upcoming release dates.
  7. Added 2014/15
  8. First published.