Adur & Worthing Safer Communities Team Presentation by Gary Dewey

Biography Gary Dewey is acting Anti-Social Behaviour Co-ordinator for Adur and Worthing Councils and has been a member of the Council’s Safer Communities Team since 2009. Gary has been instrumental in developing and embedding a number of initiatives and approaches in the management and reduction of Anti-Social Behaviour. A retired Police Officer, Gary has undertaken[…]

Speaker Summaries
: Gary Pettengell – Chief Executive and 
Founder, 
Empowering-Communities

“E-CINS is brought to you by Empowering-Communities.  We are a not-for-profit social enterprise and our aim is to empower vulnerable people and their families. How We Will Grow E-CINS in 2014  It’s all about how we can do it together, it’s about the promotion of a way of working. 2014 will be our fourth year. We[…]

Speaker Summaries: Barry Thacker – Partnership Liaison Inspector, Derbyshire Police

“I am a police officer seconded to the county council and working with some fantastic partners within Derbyshire. Derbyshire made the decision to adopt a multi-agency system following a pilot in three of our districts to see what size of problem we had. We rolled out a risk assessment matrix throughout Derbyshire using a partnership approach[…]

Speaker Summaries: Martin Steventon – Sergeant, Staffordshire Police with Richard Bell, Resettlement Officer – HMP Stafford

Martin Steventon – “As one of the Deputy Managers in the IOM programme we focus on serious inquisitive criminals. We’ve been using E-CINS for 2 years and now manage approx 720 serious criminals on the system.  On a daily basis all information that comes in from our police and partner systems is put on to E-CINS[…]

Speaker Summaries: Peter Castleton – Community Safety Manager, Brighton & Hove City Council

“In Brighton we piloted E-CINS with ASB only, we’re two and a bit years in and we want to get it completely right in that area of business before we start rollling it out into other areas such as DV which is likely to be the next area we use E-CINS for.   Overcoming Barriers[…]

Speaker Summaries: Dave Palmer – Sussex Police

“E-CINS was already in place when I came into it around 5 months ago and I am working with Pete and other agencies to take it forward.  The lead agency originally was responsible for disseminating all information.  You would go to the meetings, you would take the phone calls and emails and, like Mel said,[…]

Speaker Summaries: Michael James – Operations Manager, Empowering-Communities

New Dashboard We now have Lists, Stats and My Workload on the Dashboard and some new galleries – Stalking, Child Sexual Exploitation and Gangs/Operation Holdcroft. We’ve added in the MORE button and behind here are other galleries which has given us scope to grow as new areas of business start using the system.  We have[…]

Speaker Summaries: Melanie Locke – Sergeant, Sussex Police

“I was ASB and Hate Crime Coordinator within the city of Brighton when we went over to E-CINS and we are now very close to getting 60-70% of the force signed up. We’re going across different galleries as we move and next week we’ve got a force wide conference where we’re pushing and delivering E-CINS. […]

Q & A With Mark Walchester

Q. I’m keen to get the Voluntary Sectors on board but it has been quite a struggle with regard to data protocols and information sharing, have you been successful in having any voluntary organisation sign up to E-CINS? A. We are working very closely with the Trussles clothes and food bank. It’s a great indicator of vulnerability[…]

News from The 2nd E-CINS National Conference

The 2nd E-CINS National Conference, which focused on Engaging Partners and Maximising Participation, took place on 27th November 2013 in Peterborough, attracting more than 130 delegates from 10 counties! We were delighted with the turnout and we received some fantastic feedback with almost 90% of delegates responding that the event provided them with what they were[…]

Opening Address to the E-CINS Conference Mark Hopkins, Assistant Chief Constable, Cambridgeshire

“It’s a great pleasure to be invited to open this conference today and to see so many people dedicated to the work that’s been going on with E-CINS and, more importantly, committed to the concept of partnership working. It’s about engaging partners and maximising participation but from a strategic perspective, it’s also about managing risk[…]

Sussex E-CINS Conference 5 December 2013

Just two weeks after the success of the E-CINS National Conference, Sussex Police held their own User Group Conference in Slaugham with 120 representatives from across the county attending the event. The Sussex conference, which focused on Engaging Partners, was spearheaded by E-CINS Champion and practitioner, Sergeant Melanie Locke of Sussex Police. Speaking after the[…]

Adur & Worthing Safer Communities Team Presentation by Gary Dewey

Biography Gary Dewey is acting Anti-Social Behaviour Co-ordinator for Adur and Worthing Councils and has been a member of the Council’s Safer Communities Team since 2009. Gary has been instrumental in developing and embedding a number of initiatives and approaches in the management and reduction of Anti-Social Behaviour. A retired Police Officer, Gary has undertaken[…]

Speaker Summaries: Mark Walchester – Strategic Partnerships and Engagements Officer, Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service

“Why is a Fire Officer in the front seat here talking about the redesign of Public Sector Services? I was seconded to the local authority in Stoke on Trent City Council for 2 years with a brief from my Chief Fire Officer to develop referral pathways and create opportunities to see where public sector services[…]