Sussex Restorative Justice Partnership Awarded for Outstanding Work

Last month I attended a national awards ceremony in London with the Sussex Restorative Justice partnership (SRJP) and was delighted when they won an award for their outstanding work in Sussex. Restorative Justice is a voluntary process facilitated by qualified practitioners, bringing together a victim and offender with the aim of repairing some of the[…]

Why Equal Input is Key to Success

Nottinghamshire is one year in to a two-year project to prove the benefits of E-CINS within six defined workstream areas across the county: • Vulnerable Persons Panels, dealing with a critical few who are the most vulnerable in the county; • Anti Social Behaviour; • Victim Support; • Restorative Justice; • Integrated Offender Management. •[…]

Thirteen Joins Forces with Cleveland Police to Tackle ASB

Cleveland Police and its community safety partners have recently “gone live” on the Anti-Social Behaviour module on E-CINS and Thirteen Group, the largest social housing provider in the North East, is included as one of those partners. The web based ASB case management module allows community safety partners to work together more effectively and efficiently.[…]

Using E-CINS for PREVENT Channel Panels – Cambridgeshire Constabulary

Empowering-Communities spoke to Paul Harris, Prevent Sergeant Cambridgeshire, Beds, Herts and Cambs Prevent Team, Cambridgeshire Constabulary. “Our Channel Panel consists of 16 members including mental health, probation, local authorities, head of safeguarding of children and adults. A member’s role is to consider how best to help and provide support to individuals who have been referred[…]

Successful Start for South Staffordshire’s Scrap Metal Solution

South Staffordshire Council is seeing an improvement in the way they manage scrap metal licences and share information with other councils since the introduction of E-CINS Scrap Metal Dealer and Collectors Database. The Council worked closely with Empowering- Communities to design an electronic solution to enable them to manage information about scrap metal licences in[…]

E-CINS Updates June 2016

E-CINS is now live in every county in England and Wales and has over 10,000 practitioners. Here are some of the most recent initiatives E-CINS has been involved in: Prevent and Channel Panels Cambridgeshire now run their Channel Panel meetings on E-CINS. The County Councils have a legal responsibility to lead and chair these meetings.[…]