Wirral Intelligence Service are launching a new service in Wirral, joining forces with Wirral’s JSNA to give individuals and organisations across the Community and Voluntary Sector, access to a wealth of local information and easy to use intelligence including mapping, profiling and reporting tools.
The new website, which has just launched this month, continues with the JSNA (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment) which provides a snapshot of the needs and issues affecting Wirral residents.
Things you could use the site for include sharing the link with your colleagues and service users for local info/stats so that you can be even more aware of the areas you are involved with, for making the data more relevant to you and your service users by using the mapping tools, or for starting local conversations about any health inequalities and issues people are interested in or concerned about…
There is the usual wealth of information about the borough, from its physical characteristics and the people that live here, to what local residents in your area think about their safety, through to statistics and information about local services and the population making it the ‘go-to’ place for high quality research, information and intelligence about Wirral.
Another source of important content will be the ongoing collation of resident views through surveys, focus groups and other research and details the challenges the borough faces and how we compare with other areas of the country.
So whether you’re an individual wanting to find out more about the area you live, or are researching something specific for your voluntary or community organisation, the Wirral Intelligence Service website is a good starting point for high quality information about the borough of Wirral and the people that live here.
For more information visit https://www.wirralintelligenceservice.org/