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Type File type Localities Date releasedsort ascending Title
Data HTML Oxfordshire 26/10/2012 Pensioner housing
Pensioner Housing.
Data HTML Oxfordshire 26/10/2012 Changes of ownership by dwelling price.
Changes of ownership by dwelling price. 
Data HTML Oxfordshire 26/10/2012 Claimant count
Claimant Count - weblink to NOMIS data tables. 
Data HTML Oxfordshire 26/10/2012 Workless households
Data on workless households by region - weblink to Office for National Statistics data releases.
Data HTML 25/10/2012 Dwelling stock by Local Authority
Table, Neighbourhood Statistics website.
Data MS Excel Oxfordshire 25/10/2012 Household car ownership, Census 2001, by ward
Household car ownership, Census 2001, by ward
Report PDF Oxfordshire 23/10/2012 Drug strategy – reducing demand managing drug misusing offenders – update
This edition contains information on the PCC public awareness campaign, updates on drug driving and payment by results, information on the Integrated Offender Management Conference 2012, an article from the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime in London, information on public health funding in 2013/14 and the latest drug treatment figures from the National Treatment Agency.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 18/10/2012 Anti-social behaviour order statistics - England and Wales 2011
The publication Anti-Social Behaviour Order statistics, England and Wales, 2011 presents the number of anti-social behaviour orders issued in the period 1 April 1999 to 31 December 2011 and data on those breached in the period 1 June 2000 to 31 December 2011.
Data MS Excel Thames Valley 18/10/2012 Anti-social behaviour order statistics - England and Wales 2011
The publication Anti-Social Behaviour Order statistics, England and Wales, 2011 presents the number of anti-social behaviour orders issued in the period 1 April 1999 to 31 December 2011 and data on those breached in the period 1 June 2000 to 31 December 2011.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 01/10/2012 Going for Gold
Developing effective services for young adults throughout the criminal justice process. This guide sets out how to develop services for young adults throughout the criminal justice process. It is based on a set of guiding principles and rules of engagement which can be applied flexibly within different local contexts. Demographics, offender profiles, types of crime, resources and available services will vary from place to place. But while the detail of how the service is delivered can change, the approach remains consistent: evidence-based, holistic, supportive and voluntary.

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