The Oxfordshire Safer Communities Partnership (OSCP) is the statutory county-wide partnership that provides strategic direction for community safety activity to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour across the county. OSCP performs this role through delivery of the five year OSCP Business Plan 2012-17 which provides the community safety agreement for the partnership as required by the Crime and Disorder Regulations 2007. This 2015-16 refresh plan provides a brief summary of our achievements in the last year and sets out our priorities for the year ahead. It also provides information about how the partnership works. The law says we must produce an annual community safety agreement. This plan is our community safety agreement for Oxfordshire.
13 May 2015

This pack provides an overview of health and wellbeing data of relevance to working age adults (aged 18-64) with:

  • Physical disability
  • Learning difficulties
  • Mental health problems

 

NOTE that this Working Age Adults Needs Assessment is a supplementary report to Oxfordshire’s main 2019 JSNA (March 2019) which includes further information on topics such as housing & homelessness, deprivation, health conditions and accessing health services

More detail on Mental Health is available in the Mental Health Needs Assessment for Oxfordshire (Feb 2018)

23 July 2019

This summary highlights the key findings from the 2019 Oxfordshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment for West Oxfordshire district including historical and projected population change, wider determinants, health and mortality.

Also included is a summary of health inequalities indicators for wards in West Oxfordshire from the JSNA Inequalities Annex (including the Tartan rug overview) and the Public Health England 2018 profile for West Oxfordshire.

11 July 2019

This summary highlights the key findings from the 2019 Oxfordshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment for Vale of White Horse district including historical and projected population change, wider determinants, health and mortality.

Also included is a summary of health inequalities indicators for wards in Vale of White Horse from the JSNA Inequalities Annex (including the Tartan rug overview) and the Public Health England 2018 profile for Vale of White Horse.

11 July 2019

This summary highlights the key findings from the 2019 Oxfordshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment for South Oxfordshire district including historical and projected population change, wider determinants, health and mortality.

Also included is a summary of health inequalities indicators for wards in South Oxfordshire from the JSNA Inequalities Annex (including the Tartan rug overview) and the Public Health England 2018 profile for South Oxfordshire.

11 July 2019

This summary highlights the key findings from the 2019 Oxfordshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment for Oxford district including historical and projected population change, wider determinants, health and mortality.

Also included is a summary of health inequalities indicators for wards in Oxford from the JSNA Inequalities Annex (including the Tartan rug overview) and the Public Health England 2018 profile for Oxford.

11 July 2019

This summary highlights the key findings from the 2019 Oxfordshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment for Cherwell district including historical and projected population change, wider determinants, health and mortality.

Also included is a summary of health inequalities indicators for wards in Cherwell from the JSNA Inequalities Annex (including the Tartan rug overview) and the Public Health England 2018 profile for Cherwell.

11 July 2019

This pack contains the most recent data ward level, including summaries for each district in Oxfordshire.

Some indicators have not been updated since the 2018 publication of the health inequalities basket of indicators.

11 July 2019

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