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

The Safer Oxfordshire Partnership works together to reduce crime and create safer communities in Oxfordshire. Each year the Partnership receives a summary of the latest data on crime and community safety in a Strategic Intelligence Assessment (SIA) for Oxfordshire.

The Strategic Intelligence Assessment (SIA) provides information about crime and community safety in Oxfordshire and is part of the evidence base which supports community safety partners to plan and target their work.

This 2022 SIA update is based on:

  • Crime data published by the Office for National Statistics in May 2022 (data to December 2021) which allows for comparisons with national averages and similar areas;

  • Locally sourced crime statistics from Thames Valley Police, data to December 2021;

  • Other local and national datasets, as referenced throughout the report.

16 June 2022

Thank you to everyone who came to our online Oxfordshire analyst networking meeting on 16th June 2022, hosted by Oxfordshire County Council and Oxford City Council.

It was great that we had a wide range of attendees from local government, health, police and voluntary sector services and the feedback has been very positive.

The Strategic Intelligence Assessment (SIA) provides information about crime and community safety in Oxfordshire, and is part of the evidence base which supports community safety partners to plan and target their work.

This 2021 SIA update is based on:

Overview presentation summarising the key findings from the 2021 Oxfordshire Strategic Intelligence Assessment

The Strategic Intelligence Assessment (SIA) provides information about crime and community safety in Oxfordshire and is part of the evidence base which supports community safety partners to plan and target their work.

This 2021 SIA update is based on:

  • Crime data published by the Office for National Statistics in May 2021 (data to December 2020) which allows for comparisons with national averages and similar areas;

  • Locally sourced crime statistics from Thames Valley Police, data to December 2020;

  • Other local and national datasets, as referenced throughout the report.

24 June 2021

The Strategic Intelligence Assessment (SIA) provides information about crime and community safety in Oxfordshire and is part of the evidence base which supports community safety partners to plan and target their work.

This 2021 SIA update is based on:

  • Crime data published by the Office for National Statistics in May 2021 (data to December 2020) which allows for comparisons with national averages and similar areas;

  • Locally sourced crime statistics from Thames Valley Police, data to December 2020;

  • Other local and national datasets, as referenced throughout the report.

24 June 2021

Summary of presentations to the Oxfordshire analyst networking meeting held online on 11th June 2020

23 June 2020

Thank you to everyone who came along to our first ‘virtual’ Oxfordshire analyst networking meeting on 11th June, hosted by Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council online. Despite not being able to meet in person, lots of questions were asked of the speakers and groups discussions were held!

Our meeting this time included sessions from.

The Strategic Intelligence Assessment (SIA) provides information about crime and community safety in Oxfordshire and is part of the evidence base which supports community safety partners to plan and target their work.

This 2020 SIA update is based on:

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