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.
Directly age-standardised mortality rate from injuries per 100,000 population - Under 75 years2011-03 to 2015-17 (3-year pooled data)
England, South East Region, Oxfordshire and Districts within Oxfordshire
Directly standardised mortality rate (all causes of death) - Females under 75 years - 2011-13 to 2015-17 (3-yr rolling averages)
England, South East Region, Oxfordshire and districts within Oxfordshire
This report aims to systematically and comprehensively assess the Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) needs of the population of Oxfordshire, to identify where these are not being met by current services and to identify possible solutions to better satisfy unmet need. Objectives are:
To combine epidemiological and corporate approaches to a sexual health needs assessment to characterise population needs and current service provision and to identify areas where these do not meet (gap analysis)
To incorporate a wide range of data sources, both qualitative and quantitative, existing and new data
To make use of a wide range of SRH indicators for Oxfordshire, and make appropriate comparisons with the performance of similar counties, the South East region and England
To gain the views of SRH service providers and other key stakeholders
To work closely with the OCC Engagement Team to ensure that a wide range of service user and potential service user views are accurately captured
To make recommendations from findings with regard to future service provision and distribution of resources, both spatially and across different population groups, according to level of need.
Percentage of patients 18+ years with recorded diagnosis of depression in a GP registered population 2014/15 - 2017/18
England, NHS Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group and districts within Oxfordshire