The Active Map is an online, interactive mapping tool that supports partners in the needs led development of physical activity across the county. Using a wide variety of datasets covering areas such as sports participation, health, deprivation and population, the tool provides a visual platform for partners to cross reference high priority areas against the location of local facilities to ensure effective and efficient planning of activities.
By bringing the various measures into one place, the new toolkit makes gaps easier to identify, the information more accessible and easy to use for anyone with an interest in physical activity – commissioners and providers.
This is a collaborative piece of work between Information Management, Public Health and Active Norfolk departments.
The data in the toolkit will be updated as and when new data becomes available.
Norfolk Tobacco Control Strategy – 2016
Foreword to Strategy
Smoking remains the biggest cause of preventable deaths in Norfolk and increases health inequalities between socio-economic groups. Consequently, the Tobacco Control Alliance has set itself the strategic vision "to make smoking history for the people of Norfolk".
The Alliance's Tobacco Control Strategy recognises that in Norfolk smoking prevalence has reduced from 20% in 2010, to 18% in 2013. Yet despite this welcome reduction, smoking continues to have a detrimental effect on health and economic well-being in the County. The Strategy therefore contains three goals:
- To 'Turn off the tap' of young people who become smokers
- To assist every smoker to quit smoking
- To protect families and communities, especially children, from tobacco related harm
The various organisations which make up the Tobacco Control Alliance allow it to pursue these agreed Strategic goals through multi-agency efforts that encompass prevention, education, cessation and recovery. By establishing common strategic priorities among the many members of the Alliance, the Strategy should enable increased and more effective Tobacco Control partnerships across Norfolk, and it will be updated in the light of best practice. It is hoped, therefore, that the rejuvenated Tobacco Control Alliance will make real progress toward making 'smoking history for the people of Norfolk.
Tobacco Control: JSNA support pack (Norfolk)
Key data sources for planning effective tobacco control in 2015-16
Smoking continues to kill nearly 80,000 people in England every year and is the number one cause of preventable death in the country, resulting in more deaths than the next six causes combined. Tobacco use is also a powerful driver of health inequalities and is perhaps the most significant public health challenge we face today.
To fully understanding how your local tobacco control network is responding to these problems, locally and nationally held data can be used. Data relating to local areas' targeted tobacco control interventions is not collected nationally, but should be available at a local level and a list of wider data sources is referenced within the Tobacco Control JSNA support pack.
This pack aims to signpost you to available tools and datasets to support the local authorities and partners, to make the case for local tobacco control interventions.
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Local Economic Assessment
The Local Economic Assessment (LEA) provides a comprehensive picture of local economic conditions, providing the evidence base to inform local strategies and policy development.
Norfolk's LEA is made up of the following documents – click on the titles to access each one:
- Local Economic Assessment – 2013 update
- Local Economic Assessment – 2010
- Local Economic Assessment (Executive Summary) - 2010
Quarterly economic intelligence reports
These reports bring together key business, economic and labour market intelligence to provide a regular insight into the current state of the Norfolk economy.
Reported road Casualties Norfolk - 2015
This report is designed to provide the Norfolk Road Casualty Reduction Partnership with an in-depth review of road casualty reduction performance in 2015. It serves as a further update to both the 2013 Baseline Report and the 2014 Update Report.
This report uses historical road casualty data provided to Norfolk County Council by Norfolk Constabulary from the five years between 2010 and 2014 to calculate a baseline average dataset against which recorded casualty performance in 2015 is compared.
This report focuses primarily on the five groups monitored by the Norfolk Road Casualty Reduction Partnership and targeted specifically by its five subgroups. They are: pedal cyclists, pedestrians, powered two wheelers, older drivers, and younger drivers.
Norfolk Dual Diagnosis: Health Needs Assessment - 2015
Co-existing mental ill-health and alcohol/substance misuse (Dual Diagnosis) is a common complication for people with mental illness. In addition alcohol/substance misuse can itself lead to mental ill-health and exacerbate existing mental health conditions. This health needs assessment makes a number of recommendations for addressing the pressing health needs of people in Norfolk with co-existing mental ill-health and substance misuse.