This page provides links to regular statistical bulletins or resources which provide the most up-to-date facts and figures relating to women with complex needs. Many of these are national statistics bulletins, others are collected by third sector organisations.
Many of the statistics relating to women with complex needs are not broken down by gender – where this is the case, resources are marked with an asterisk*.
HSCIC bulletins* – monthly data on users of adult mental health and CAMHS services
Clinks crime and community safety toolkit – a useful toolkit giving access to local crime and reoffending data, broken down into a wide number of categories
Public Health Outcomes Framework statistical tool – a dashboard including a wide range of Public Health England data on a number of topics, which can be compared in a variety of ways.
Violent Crime and Sexual Offences – the Home Office’s annual data release on VAWG, including data from the crime survey England and Wales
Care statistics* – Monthly figures on children in the care system, including regular reviews of outcomes for children in care
Crime statistics – Regular bulletins on crime in England and Wales, including breakdowns of offences, sentencing, reoffending rates by gender and age.
Homelessness statistics* – Regular bulletins on numbers of rough sleepers and people applying as homeless to local authorities. Rough sleeping counts may not be segregated by sex, and where they are may significantly underestimate the numbers of female rough sleepers. For more information on female rough sleepers, see housing and homelessness.
Drug and alcohol statistics* – Public Health England statistics (linked above) also include lots of information on drugs and alcohol use.
Mortality statistics – annual figures for deaths in England and Wales, including a breakdown of cause of death by age and gender.
Members can add their own regularly published statistical bulletins to this list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with a link and a short description of the statistics.