Derbyshire Commissioner Rolls out E-CINS for further 2 years

  Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Charles has safeguarded the future of E-CINS to help justice agencies share information about anti-social behaviour. Commissioner Charles has committed £107,801 from his Community Safety Fund to continue the roll-out of E-CINS for the next two years. The project was initially funded by Derbyshire Constabulary to effectively manage medium and high[…]

Needs Assessment Tool Helps Derby City Council Residents Get The Right Support

As part of the Government’s Welfare Reform Bill, Universal Credit will be launched in February 2015 with the aim of modernising and streamlining the country’s benefit system. Eleven local authority areas successfully bid for a joint Local Authority and Job Centre Plus 12 month pilot, run in partnership and funded by the Department for Work[…]

Case Study: – ASB, Street Drinking & HiMOs

by Inspector Barry Thacker, Force Partnership Liaison Officer, Safer Derbyshire` The Issue Mr & Mrs O have lived at their current address for 20 years and Mr & Mrs C have lived at their home address for 6 years. Both have kept detailed ASB diaries since the initial report was made in 2009. The owner[…]

Keep Calm We’ve Got E-CINS

E-CINS may have been described as “The grass roots worker’s holy grail” but Inspector Barry Thacker from Derbyshire Police is taking it to a new level with his latest corporate gift for his E-CINS team. The “Keep Calm We’ve Got E-CINS” mug will be adorning the desks of Derbyshire’s ASB team. Good luck Derbyshire and[…]