Case Study 1. Largest CountyLines Project in the UK Geographical area: Pan London Project Aim: ‘This project will develop and deliver a support service for young people who are more →
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On 21st November 2017 Nottingham City Council’s Community Protection (CP) dept’ Safer Housing Team and Tasking & Intelligence Team, along with CP funded Nottinghamshire Police Officers and the HMRC supported more →
Northamptonshire Leads the Way with Fully Integrated Multi-Agency Neighbourhood Management Solution Across the County
Northamptonshire is fully committed to the utilisation of ECINS across the county which enables Northamptonshire Police, County, Borough and District Councils to work fully in partnership with multiple agencies and 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
I think the pure beauty of ECINS is that it offers a single record which means that everything is in one single place.
Claire George, Executive Headteacher Peterborough Learning Centres (PRUs) and Head of Pupil Referral Service, Peterborough City Council
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
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