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Type File type Localities Date releasedsort ascending Title
Report PDF Oxfordshire 01/01/2011 Thames Valley Police Strategic Plan 2011-14
Published by Thames Valley Police Authority and Thames Valley Police, the Strategic Plan outlines the long-term vision for the Force.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 01/01/2011 Oxfordshire Drug and Alcohol Strategy 2011-2014
Commissioning drug and alcohol treatment and support services for young people, adults, families and carers throughout Oxfordshire.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 01/01/2011 Oxfordshire Drug and Alcohol Action Plan 2011-2012
Oxfordshire Drug and Alcohol Action Plan 2011-2012
Report PDF Oxfordshire 01/01/2011 Oxfordshire Alcohol Strategy 2011-2014
Oxfordshire Alcohol Strategy 2011-2014
Report PDF Oxfordshire 01/12/2010 Drug Misusing Offenders: Results from the 2009 cohort for England and Wales
This report presents the latest annual statistics on the proven offending of individuals (aged 18 and over) identified as Class A drug-misusing offenders. Both drug use and offending can be difficult to measure and the relationship between drug use and offending is complex.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 27/07/2010 Alcohol-related crime and disorder
IAS Factsheet
Leaflet PDF Oxfordshire 01/07/2010 MARAC guide
Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference - A guide for professionals. For victims of domestic abuse identified as being at high risk
Poster PDF Oxfordshire 10/06/2010 Child risk indicator matrix and next steps A3
Child risk indicator matrix and next steps A3
Poster PDF Oxfordshire 10/06/2010 Child risk indicator matrix and next steps A4
Child risk indicator matrix and next steps A4
Report PDF Oxfordshire 01/06/2010 Seen and Heard
Seen and Heard - supporting vulnerable children in the youth justice system.How staff from youth offending teams (YOTs) identify and support children with particular impairments and difficulties who come to the attention of youth justice services, and what support they in turn receive, was the primary focus of this large-scale study.

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