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The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is an assessment of the health and wellbeing needs of the local community.

The JSNA informs the Health and Wellbeing Board’s Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy. It also informs the strategic plans developed by a range of local stakeholders. Furthermore, it supports the effective commissioning of services by the council and its partners.

The JSNA is an ongoing process, which we update as more information becomes available. We aim to develop a new online JSNA in 2020/21 to make data and analysis about Portsmouth more accessible and easy to use. You can send feedback and suggestions about what you would like to see to

Public Health England’s Fingertips website provides interactive data profiles for Portsmouth. The website shows this at local authority, Clinical Commissioning Group and other levels (e.g. GP Practice Profiles).

A range of local resources are available in the document sections on this page. These resources form part of the JSNA, or have been informed by the JSNA.


The Safer Portsmouth Partnership (SPP) is responsible for reducing crime and substance misuse in Portsmouth. It brings together local organisations to reduce crime, anti-social behaviour, substance misuse and re-offending in Portsmouth. It ensures that the city stays a safe place to live in, work in and visit. You can read the latest SPP Plan and find more details about its work.

Surveys and needs assessments

Previous JSNA summaries

Health profiles by ward

Further documents

Search Portsmouth sexual and reproductive heath epidemiology data on the PHE website