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 →
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.
The problem: Community complaints were received by the Neighbourhood Coordinator from the Business Improvement Districts (BIDs), businesses, residents and ward members, regarding eight entrenched rough sleepers at the entrance to more →
Jules Trompowsky, Rescue and Response Partnership Coordinator (North London), Rescue and Response Project (County Lines) Email: Juliana.Trompowsky@brent.gov.uk ECINS is the chosen IT provider to facilitate the MOPAC funded Pan-London Rescue and Response more →
Richard Norfolk, Reducing Offending Partnership Coordinator, Community Safety Team, Environment Commissioning Group, London Borough of Barnet, Email: Richard.Norfolk@barnet.gov.uk Barnet use ECINS for Community Safety, Integrated Offender Management, Domestic Abuse, Domestic Violence, more →
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 →
February saw the conviction of the first person in the UK to be found guilty of female genital mutilation. Despite being outlawed in the UK by the Prohibition of Female more →
Facilitating collaborative working to help safeguard, manage and reduce rough sleeping and homelessness
by Gary Pettengell, CEO, ECINS Are you managing your rough sleeper community effectively? How do recognise and manage the high risk generated around these complex cases? How successful is your more →
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
Sussex Police has halved the average number of days it takes to progress Restorative Justice Cases from Referral to finalisation since introducing ECINS.
Elize Manning, RJ Coordinator, Sussex Police
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
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