Vulnerable and at-risk residents are particularly susceptible to harm or disadvantage because of their situation, especially where someone’s position means that they struggle to access essential services. Now more than ever it is essential to have up-to-date intelligence to help support these community groups as we enter the recovery phase.

But how do you best identify these residents? How do you communicate and engage with them? And how should you prioritise and deliver services to meet their needs?

CACI has developed our Vulnerability Indicators to help central and local government, public health, emergency services and the wider public sector to better identify at-risk and vulnerable groups in communities. Insight like this is an essential factor when assessing demand to support decision-making associated with the delivery of services, this in turn helps to improve outcomes and support Social Responsibility.

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