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

Ensuring every child has the best start in life is one the key priorities of the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID, formerly a part of Public Health England).

Investing in children and families and enabling children to thrive is a crucial part of achieving the Governments ‘Levelling Up’ agenda to reduce inequalities seen across the country. Delays in identifying and meeting the health and wellbeing needs of children and young people can have far reaching effects, impacting their chance of reaching their full potential and leading happy, healthy adult lives.

This Health Needs Assessment of school aged children (aged 5-19 years) has been carried out to gain a clearer picture of the needs of children, young people and their families across Oxfordshire. This will help to inform the delivery of the Healthy Child Programme, as part of the Local Authority’s responsibility to commission public health services for children.

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.

Read our new Mental Wellbeing Needs Assessment report
Person rests their head on another person's shoulders

Positive mental health and wellbeing are vital for building population good health. Our social circumstances, environment where we live, learn, work and play, economic factors, physical and mental health can all support good mental wellbeing.

This Mental Wellbeing Needs Assessment has been supported by partners from the Oxfordshire Prevention Concordat for Better Mental Health and brings together a wide range of knowledge – from quantitative and qualitative existing data and reports, and views of stakeholders - to understand local needs and opportunities to improve mental wellbeing and reducing inequalities.

23 March 2022

Falls are the largest cause of emergency hospital admissions for older people, and significantly impact on long term outcomes. Falls that results in injury can be very serious - approximately 1 in 20 older people living in the community experience a fracture or need hospitalisation after a fall.

This bitesize shows data from Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (released February 2022) on Emergency hospital admissions for falls injuries and for fractured neck of femur in persons aged 65 and over to 2020/21, with the trend for Oxfordshire county and the variation by district council area.

1 March 2022

Older people living in deprived areas are more likely to be claiming disability caring allowance

This bitesize includes total claimants of Attendance Allowance in Oxfordshire as of August 2021 with a breakdown by district and by deprivation.  

18 February 2022

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