The following data tools and websites are useful sources of a range of local, regional and national data and intelligence.
Recent updates to the JSNA evidence base are detailed within our Publication Schedule.
Fingertips in a large public health data collection. Data is organised into themed profiles.
RightCare produces a range of resources including data packs, toolkits and patient scenarios. They are developed in close collaboration with expert stakeholders such as national clinical leaders, service user and public representative groups, third sector organisations, and other key stakeholders such as the Getting It Right First Time programme (GIRFT) and NICE.
Nomis is a service provided by Office for National Statistics (ONS), the UK’s largest independent producer of official statistics. Nomis contains data and statistics relating to population, society and the labour market at national, regional and local levels.
The national website for open data about crime and policing in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. You can download street-level crime, outcome and stop and search data, detailed crime data and information about individual police forces and neighbourhood teams as well as data on police activity, arrests and 101 call handling.
An interactive spreadsheet for comparing data about children an young people across all local authorities in England.
Mapping tool allowing users to explore the range of 2015 and 2019 indices of deprivation data and search local areas by name and postcode.
Other evidence, data resources and recommended websites
The Government has established a network of seven independent What Works Centres with the aim of providing the best evidence of ‘what works’ for public services decision-makers. The table below provides a link to the seven individual centres.
|Early Intervention Foundation||Early Intervention|
|Education Endowment Foundation||Educational Achievement|
|National Institute for health & Care Excellence (NICE)||Health and Social Care|
|Social Care Institute for Excellence (SICE)||Children’s Social Care|
|What Works Centre for Wellbeing||Wellbeing|
|Centre for Ageing Better||Improved Quality of Life for Older People|
|College of Policing What Works Centre for Crime Reduction||Crime Reduction|
|What Works Centre for Local Economic Growth||Local Economic Growth|