E-CINS – Managing Organised Crime

Empowering-Communities’ Heather Ette spoke with Sergeant Mick Thorpe, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire Constabulary HE: How do you use E-CINS to manage Organised Crime and Burglary MT: Currently we are using E-CINS’ Reports and Cases sections to add incidents of burglaries and we link that to the mapping tool to visually show where the burglaries have taken place. Separately[…]

E-CINS – Managing Vulnerable Adults

Empowering-Communities’ Heather Ette spoke with Sergeant Mick Thorpe, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire Constabulary HE: How have you been using E-CINS for your work with Vulnerable Adults? MT: A very important area we have been using E-CINS for is vulnerable adults.  We get incidents where officers are called to a house and find people living with no electricity and[…]

E-CINS – Managing Foreign Nationals

Empowering-Communities’ Heather Ette spoke to Sergeant Mick Thorpe, Deputy Safer Neighbourhood Manager, Peterborough HE: What’s your involvement with E-CINS? MT: We have been using E-CINS in Peterborough for around a year, originally just for managing ASB and IOM. It didn’t take long to see the huge benefits that could be derived from expanding its usage to other[…]

Foreign Nationals pilot to be rolled out across Cambs

by Chief Inspector Andy Bartlett, Cambridgeshire Constabulary ❝Due to the success of the Foreign Nationals pilot in Peterborough, it has now been rolled out across the whole force. Our work with the UKBA has been made more effective and efficient since using E-CINS for this area of business and we are able to be more[…]

E-CINS Mapping Tool Helps to Identify Street Drinker Problem Areas

Adam Pearce, who is part of an ASB and Licensing Team in Fenland, Cambridgeshire is responsible for running the biggest case currently on E-CINS managing Street Drinkers. Adam spoke to Empowering- Communities’ Heather Ette about how the new E-CINS Mapping Tool is improving police work across the district.  HE: How did your involvement with E-CINS begin?[…]