Community Planning Outcomes
What is the profile?
What does the profile tell you?
How will the profile be used?
To support decision-making by:
To inform the development of Local Outcomes Improvement Plans
How is this approach different?
Oversight of the Community Planning Outcomes Profile is provided by the Outcome, Evidence and Performance (OEP) Board. The board includes representatives from Scottish Government, SOLACE, NHS, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Skills Development Scotland, Scottish Enterprise, What Works Scotland and the third sector.
A list of the measures used within the Community Planning Outcomes Profile is available at www.improvementservice.org.uk/cpop---the-measures.html.
The criteria used to shortlist the measures were:
This initial core set of measures for the outcomes profile was shaped through consultation with community planning partners and wider stakeholders.
The development of this profile will be iterative and will require ongoing development with data owners, partnerships and local communities to address the gaps and limitations which currently exist. For example, there are gaps in consistent outcome measurement in relation to:
In addition, the timeliness of data is problematic for many measures and there are a number of key measures which can’t be disaggregated to the level of locality required.
Senior Project Manager
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