Situation: CIRV is a Community Initiative to Reduce Violence (CIRV) in the West Midlands, with referral modules currently in both Coventry and Wolverhampton. Both areas have two encrypted referral forms more →
Our clients often come to us when they are facing sticky problems. It could be something as large as needing to manage a coordinated, multi-agency approach to homelessness, or as simple as needing to make their processes more streamlined. No matter what their issue, we love playing a part in coming up with a solution.
ECINS Helps UK Community Safety Partnerships Manage the Risk of Anti-Social Behaviour and Reduce Community Harm
Situation: The UK Crime and Disorder Act 1998 was enacted to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) and youth crime, encourage collaborative crime prevention partnerships, and respond to the public’s call for more →
Situation: Before using ECINS, the East Suffolk Council’s Anti-Social Behaviour Forms were an online webform that enabled victims to input details about their case. These forms were then sent to more →
ECINS Helps Birmingham Children’s Partnership Build a Formal Support Network to Improve the Lives of Vulnerable Families
The Birmingham Children’s Partnership is a collaboration between the Birmingham City Council, Birmingham Children’s Trust, the National Health Service of England, and local nonprofit organisations. The Partnership is committed to more →
The mission of the Rescue and Response Project, run by the London Mayor’s Office of Police and Crime (MOPAC), is to rescue drug trafficked youths from criminal organisations who entrap more →
ECINS helps Australian nonprofit establish rehabilitation program for aboriginal domestic violence offenders
The Aboriginal Male Healing Centre (AMHC) is a not-for-profit organisation based in Newman, Western Australia that provides an alternative to incarceration for men who use violence against women and children. more →
Targeting a reduction in permanent exclusions Peterborough, a region with a population of over 900,000 people, is recognised as one of the most deprived areas in England, with significantly reduced more →
The collaborative advantage Safely sharing information to reduce risks, provide early support and save money. When MOPAC (Mayor’s Office of Police and Crime) in London carried out a review of more →
ECINS has been instrumental in the information sharing process that allowed us to produce a timely report to Social Care … (and) may well have prevented a serious case review having to be carried out.
Andy Solomon, ASB Team Leader of the Community Protection Team, Ipswich Borough Council, UK
The time savings we’ve been able to make since using ECINS has been enormous. We’ve been able to significantly cut down the time we spend on data entry and searching for information. It is just so quick!
Chris Day, Housing Support Worker, 180° Norfolk, UK
Having our information on ECINS … enables our Outreach Team to work outside of the office in community settings thus providing significant cost and time savings.
Deborah Hooton, Service Manager, Nottinghamshire Sexual Violence Support Services
ECINS can be turned on, introduced, implemented and rolled out quickly, easily and at good value for money – it doesn’t get better than that really.
Simon Clifford, Director of Technology and Digital Transformation, Northamptonshire OPCC