The HMIC – PEEL (police effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy programme) report gave Sussex Police a “Good” in several areas of ASB.
Use of Police Tactics: Partnership working and information sharing
“Sussex Police has developed a commendable range of mature partnerships which are helping it to prevent and reduce crime. These are characterised by routine sharing of information and a common risk management process that enables all partners to understand vulnerabilities associated with individuals.
A shared web-based case management system known as E-CINS (Empowering Communities Inclusion and Neighbourhood Management System) facilitates the development of joint action plans to support victims and tackle offenders. For example, tasks are assigned to partners through E-CINS and officers are held accountable through the anti-social behaviour action group, which meets on a monthly basis”.
Community contact and victim care: Partnership working
“Dedicated analysts collate and analyse data provided by partner service providers. This is an essential part of the development of anti-social behaviour action plans and case management on E-CINS.
In particular, it is important in the early identification of emerging trends of anti-social behaviour, and informs the development of interventions to prevent them from escalating”.