Northamptonshire Leads the Way 
with Fully Integrated 
Multi-Agency Neighbourhood Management Solution Across the County

sheeba-id-1Northamptonshire is fully committed to the utilisation of E-CINS across the county which enables Northamptonshire Police, County, Borough and District Councils to work fully in partnership with multiple agencies and organisations. There are currently 67 organisations involved in the partnership with more joining each week.

Northamptonshire adopted the cloud-based system, run by Social Enterprise Empowering-Communities, to facilitate multi-agency working and the secure sharing of information between the partnership organisations. The system can be accessed remotely via the internet on any device providing easy access to case management and negating the need for partner agencies to install specific systems or software to share information on joint case work.

Sheeba Stephen was appointed in 2014 as a dedicated E-CINS Development Officer and tasked with improving connectivity within organisations and between partners. Sheeba’s role involves delivering training and a development plan in Northamptonshire. Across Northamptonshire the organisations involved in the partnership have signed an Information Sharing Agreement including schools, RSLs, 3rd sector and charity organisations, probation and health including Kettering General Hospital Safeguarding Team, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and NHS NENE NHS Corby CCG’s.

Northamptonshire are using the system for a range of business areas including:

  • Anti-Social Behaviour
  • Street Community
  • IOM
  • Early Intervention
  • Gangs and Gang Violence
  • Child Sexual Exploitation
  • MASH
  • Licensed premises
  • National Scrap Metal Dealers Database
  • Cross-border Information Sharing
  • Unauthorised 
Encampments
  • Restorative Justice
  • Victim Support – (Page 11)
  • Hate Crime
  • Football Partnership Co-operation and Engagement
  • Enforcement of Smoke Free Legislation

Northamptonshire Police is fully committed to the utilisation of E-CINS across the county which enables the force to work fully in partnership with the County Council and multiple agencies and organisations including:

  • Daventry District Council
  • South Northants Council
  • East Northants Council
  • Borough Council of Wellingborough
  • Northampton Borough Council
  • Corby Borough Council
  • Kettering Borough Council
  • Northamptonshire Rights and Equality Council
  • C2C Charitable Trust
  • Bromford Group
  • Northamptonshire Rural Housing Association
  • MASH
  • Daventry and District Housing
  • Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service
  • BENCH CRC Northampton Probation
  • Places for people
  • Rockingham Forest Housing
  • Service Six
  • Spire Homes
  • Northampton Hope Centre
  • Accent Group
  • Bridge Programme
  • CAN
  • Street Pastors
  • Victim Support – Voice
  • Wellingborough Homes
  • Midland Heart Oasis House
  • Northamptonshire Partnership Homes
  • NAASH
  • S2S Northamptonshire
  • Langley House Trust
  • HMP Woodhill
  • South Northants Homes
  • Viridian Housing
  • Midland Heart – Homes Direct
  • Kettering General Hospital
  • NHS NENE NHS Corby CCG’s
  • Ruskin Academy
  • Wrenn Academy
  • Wollaston School
  • Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust
  • Friars Academy
  • Denfield Park Primary School
  • Higham Ferrers Nursery & Infant School
  • Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • Tennyson Road Infant School
  • South End Junior School
  • South End Infant School
  • Orbit Heart of England Housing Association
  • Wellingborough Black Consortium
  • Youth Works CIC
  • National Probation Service
  • Northampton Town Centre Bid
  • Sir Christopher Hatton Academy
  • Risdene Academy
  • Turnaround Futures CIC
  • Restorative Northamptonshire
  • Wellingborough & East Northamptonshire Womens Aid
  • Galmis Hall for All
  • Olympic Primary School
  • Croyland and Highfield Nursery Schools
  • Park Junior School
  • Rushden Primary Academy
  • Whitefriars Junior School
  • Stonham (Wellington House) – Home Group
  • Henry Chichele Primary School
  • Prospects

 

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