Report Finds That Gaps Remain in Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation

A recent article in the Guardian following the publication of the report Time to listen – a joined-up response to child sexual exploitation and missing children found that whilst there were improvements in the ways agencies are tackling child sexual exploitation there are still areas of concern, particularly around the sharing of information. Ofsted along[…]

E-CINS Helps to End Fuel Poverty in Brighton

The Warmth for Wellbeing Project is tackling fuel poverty, excess winter deaths and improving the health and wellbeing of 1,000s of Brighton & Hove’s most vulnerable residents, using a single point of referral to a raft of joined-up, high quality services. Empowering-Communities spoke to Paul Bramwell, Fuel Poverty Manager at Brighton & Hove Citizens Advice[…]

Reducing Costs and Sharing Information Around A Frequent Caller

The Issue: A vulnerable person (JD) lives on her own and is from Nigeria.  She came to the UK with her then husband and children however the relationship broke down and JD moved into a house on her own. JD has various medical issues and is a heavy drinker. She lives a very chaotic lifestyle[…]

Nottinghamshire Rape and Serious Sexual Assault Partnership Adopt E-CINS as dedicated case management and data analysis system

E-CINS is being used by a multi-agency partnership in Nottinghamshire to assist them in the management of sexual assault and rape cases across the county. The Topaz Centre, part of Nottinghamshire Rape Crisis Centre, is committed to providing a sensitive and dedicated service that meets the needs of victims of rape and serious sexual assault[…]