Police Study: “Investigating methods of sharing data nationally between Police, Health, Education and Social Services”
When: Wed, 8 December 2021, 12:30 – 14:30 GMT
About this event
Workshop hosted by National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research and funded by National Institute for Health Research.
Public health planning, crime prevention and health care are all greatly helped by data sharing between different organisations. The 1998 Crime and Disorder Act requires police, local government and NHS to collaborate on joint strategies.
This study focuses on bringing together police data with NHS data to improve the ability to tackle domestic abuse. We have undertaken an example case study bringing together Public Protection Notification data (the Domestic Abuse Stalking and Honour based violence assessment) with A&E, GP data and we have interviewed the 4 police forces in Wales regarding sharing data.
We would like to discuss findings and how data sharing on a national level could be taken forward. This work is the next step on the road to creating national multi-agency partnerships to improve the life chances for children growing up at a disadvantage (such as situations of poor mental health/substance abuse/domestic violence/areas of high violence & crime).
12:30 – 12:35 – Introduction and Overview of the work.
12:35 – 12:50 – Findings regarding police notification data and risk to unborn infants, school readiness, and risk of injury (A&E/hospital/death) within the year.
12:50 – 13:05 – Learning from extracting data from the text in PPN data.
13:05 – 13:20 – Finding and recommendations from interviews with Police in Wales.
13:20 – 13:50 – Small group workshop (breakout rooms) reflection on work, next steps and recommendations to take forward.
13:50 – 14:30 – Open discussion on next steps
Registration for this event
If you are a related agency (social services, CAHMS, etc.) and you are interested in attending, book here – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/170120780835