How many people are being excluded from school? In Australia in 2019, more than 113,000 students were removed from government schools, either for a set period or permanently. Aboriginal and more →
Keeping up-to-date with industry best practice and new regulations in early intervention, collaborative work practices, safe data sharing and safeguarding for vulnerable people is at the heart of our business and innovations. This is a place to share what we learn.
One woman in four experiences domestic abuse in her lifetime. Two women are killed each week by a current or former partner in England and Wales. One woman is killed more →
A growing national problem, County Lines and Child Criminal Exploitation, is affecting the safety and welfare of thousands of people across the UK. It impacts a range of complex issues more →
ECINS’ Heather Ette spoke to Les Golding, Modern Slavery Investigator at Sussex Police about their Discovery partnership project which brings together 15+ different agencies including local police officers, fire officers, more →
Managing People, Premises and Places Information series – Managing Public Spaces Protection Orders on ECINS
We were pleased to be able to have a recent virtual meeting with Lee Spear, Community Safety Officer for the London Boroughs of Richmond and Wandsworth who use ECINS for more →
Interview with Claire Hardy, Community Safety Manager, Westminster City Council We were pleased to be joined by Claire Hardy, Community Safety Manager from Westminster City Council for a recent virtual more →
Tiny Life uses ECINS to improve the referral process for their support service to parents of premature babies across Northern Ireland Who is Tiny Life? TinyLife is Northern Ireland’s premature more →
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
As ECINS is accessible remotely, officers can upload information on their i-pads when out on the street so they are actively addressing live operations.
Claire Hardy, Senior Practitioner (Crime & ASB) – City Wide Operations, Public Protection & Licensing Directorate, Westminster City Council
The difference ECINS is making to our organisation for efficiency, effectiveness, accessibility and managing our caseloads is enormous.
Kirsty Richardson, Head of Operations, Tiny Life
Knowing that the information is on the system, but can’t be accessed by the whole network reassures the young person making disclosures, whilst also enabling an inclusive management of risk.
Jules Trompowsky, Rescue and Response Partnership Coordinator, Rescue and Response Project (County Lines), Brent Council, UK