Staffordshire IOM & Prison use of E-CINS

by Sgt Martin Steventon, Staffordshire IOM Staffordshire IOM is now using E-CINS to work even closer with ten prisons in the Midlands Region; these prisons manage around 85% of the 220 IOM Offenders who are part of the IOM Programme. The scheme manages 715 offenders. Each IOM Offender sent to prison has an E-CINS ‘Prison[…]

E-CINS responds to call for National Dementia Database

Sir Peter Fahy, Chief Constable of Greater Manchester is calling for a national database to help manage incidents involving people suffering from dementia. He said the police service needed to look at procedures which would ensure people with dementia get a better service. It is estimated there are 800,000 people in the UK who are[…]