Partnership Breakthroughs provides useful advice and case studies that can help you to get the most out of E-CINS and our other products.
Partnership breakthroughs issue 25
Issue 25

In this issue: We focus on how our systems are being used successfully across London to improve working practices for practitioners and their clients

PBs Issue 24 - Feb 19
Issue 24

In this issue: We focus on the work of the Police and their partners in Cambridgeshire who are making significant achievements and improving outcomes for people through the use of Empowering-Communities’ solutions

Issue 23 - June 18
Issue 23

In this issue: We launch our new website and showcase our I-REDS methodology of Identify, Refer, Engage and Divert to support people linked to County Lines, Gangs and Serious Youth Violence, Modern Day Slavery and more.

Issue 22 - Dec 17
Issue 22

In this issue: We call for schemes and organisations around the country to work with us to tackle the issues around Modern Day Slavery as well as looking at solutions around Safeguarding, Complex Persons Panels and PREVENT.

Issue 21

In this issue: We focus on some great examples of Early Intervention work that our customers are providing and the collaborative approaches they have put in place.

Issue 20

In this issue: We celebrate 10 years of Empowering Communities and look at several pioneering schemes in Cambridgeshire.

Issue 19

In this issue: How to problem solve, manage tasks and measure outcome with E-CINS Action Plans. Plus a case study on how E-CINS is helping to tackle fuel poverty in Brighton.

Issue 18

In this issue: How Northamptonshire Police are using E-CINS to manage ASB and the street community. Plus, information on how schools in Wellingborough are working together to tackle gang issues.

Issue 17

In this issue: How Cambridgeshire Constabulary are using E-CINS for PREVENT Channel Panels. Plus details about a recent award for the Sussex Restorative Justice Partnership.

Issue 16

In this issue: We share some practical insight into how schemes are using E-CIN to generate positive outcomes for their customers. Plus, Kevin Moore from Future Path explains how to combine mental health and employment support in a multi-agency approach.

Issue 15

In this issue: We’re pleased to showcase the work of Sussex Police and their partners in Brighton & Hove Council, who are leading the way in promoting best practice and standardisations around the ways practitioners are using E-CINS.

Issue 14

In this issue: Empowering Communities Founder, Gary Pettengell, discuss the implications surrounding new government proposals to prosecute education and social care professionals for failing to protect children from abuse.

Issue 13

In this issue: We announce several new developments, including a needs assessment tool, a dedicated reporting tool and a mapping module for E-CINS. Plus, we explain how mapping is helping Cambridgeshire to identify areas prone to street drinking.

Issue 12

In this issue: We share with you several case studies and experiences from our customers around the UK who are utilising E-CINS for their multi-agency collaborations. Plus, Gary Pettengell discusses the benefits of collaboration.

Issue 11

In this issue: We look back at the E-CINS National Conference and Sussex Police’s User Group Conference that focused on Engaging Partners. Plus Gary Dewey, Anti-Social Behaviour Co-ordinator, Adur & Worthing Safer Communities Team shares a case study.

Issue 10

In this issue: We reflect on The 2nd E-CINS National Conference, which took place in Peterborough and attracted more than 130 delegates from 10 counties. Plus, Gary Pettengell shares his plans for Empowering Communities over the next 12 months.

Issue 9

In this issue: Brought to you from the E-CINS National Conference at the Kingsgate Conference Centre,
Peterborough on Wednesday 27th November. Read how E-CINS is helping to reduce duplication of effort, enhance the flow of information and prevent deaths.

Issue 8

In this issue: Gary Pettengell reflects on the serious case review regarding the death of four year old, Daniel Pelka. Plus, information relating to outcomes of the E-CINS 2013 user group meetings.

Issue 7

In this issue: We share some news relating a new National Stalking Advocacy Service, which is to be managed on E-CINS. Plus, a case detailing how Safer Derbyshire are using E-CINS to manage Anti-Social Behaviour, Street Drinking and House of Multiple Occupation.

Issue 6

In this issue: We introduce the new E-CINS Family Assessment Tool that’s been created for, and with, the help of Troubled Family co-ordinators and key workers to ensure it meets the needs and challenges of the ‘Troubled Families’ Initiative.

Issue 5

In this issue: We discuss some of the key points raised at a recent online debate regarding the Troubled Families initiative. Plus, Andy Solomon, ASB Team Leader of the Community Protection Team at Ipswich Borough Council shares two case studies.

Issue 4

In this issue: We share some news relating to Secure Incident Reporting & Community-engagement System (SIRCS), which is breaking new ground in Neighbourhood and Stolen Property Management. Plus, Suffolk’s ASB team wins an award for their work with Troubled Families partnerships.

Issue 3

In this issue: A review of the inaugural E-CINS ‘Turning Local Good Practice into National Best Practice’ conference. Speakers included Julian Blazeby, Assistant Chief Constable, Staffordshire, Gary Pettengell, Founder, Empowering Communities and Melanie Locke, ASB/Hate Crime Coordinator within the City of Brighton.

Issue 2

In this issue: We focus on Integrated Offender Management and how E-CINS has been helping counties achieve the IOM vision by assisting multi-agency partnership working and cross-border secure communication. Plus several further case studies.

Issue 1

In this issue: An introduction to how E-CINS is being used for a diverse range of topics, including Troubled Families, Anti-Social Behaviour, Vulnerable Persons, Street Drinkers, Hate Crime, Domestic Abuse, Gangs, Integrated Offender Management, Houses in Multiple Occupancy and Restorative Justice.