A recent report by the Universities Police Science Institute discovered that a high proportion of ASB victims are vulnerable repeat callers who experienced intimidation or repercussions as a direct result of reporting ASB to the police. A spokesman for the institute has urged the police to lead a multi-agency response by partnering with other agencies, associations and social housing landlords so ASB Is assessed in a consistent way. THE ACPO had pointed out that “there were inadequacies in case management skills, application and enforcement processes, a lack of information sharing and a failure to take a joined up approach.”


With the lack of secured multi-agency platforms supporting joined-up working, it is proving challenging for third-party associations to deal with ASB Incidents efficiently. A multi-agency approach must encompass families, victims and offenders to ensure successful outcomes. Speak to one of our consultants to see how Locality can offer you a solution in getting one step closer to partner collaboration and joined-up working. Your peers at Cadwyn Housing and Taff Housing association have recently made that step forward. Ask now for their Case Studies.

Sources – http://www.policeoracle.com/

Locality is a secured collaborative platform that hosts a suite of applications with modules that include Case Management, Service Management and Property Management. This solution can currently operate within the following industries;

  • Social Housing
  • Private Rental & Property Management
  • Building & Maintenance Contractors
  • Policing and Crime prevention
  • Health and Social care

We also offer Bespoke Business Process Management solution as part of Locality’s core platform. All modules can be added into one platform to offer a single end to end solution to a potential client.

We will be exhibiting at and sponsoring the following event.

 

Safer communities 2014

Thursday 13 February 2014, Cardiff.

 

Housing, landlord and supporting people services are increasingly expected to take an active role in tackling both anti-social behaviour (ASB) and domestic abuse in Welsh communities. Welsh Government is committed to building safer communities through reducing ASB, focussing on homelessness prevention and ensuring that everyone in Wales has the right to live in a safe community, free from violence and abuse.

The new Domestic Abuse (Wales) Bill, the Housing (Wales) Bill and Westminster’s ASB, Crime and Policing Bill, are all progressing through legislative programmes and will increase statutory requirements and further expectations of collaborative working. This event will examine current UK and Welsh Governments’ policies and programmes and, through a varied range of sessions, help organisations and individuals to understand current and emerging policy, research and good practice solutions.

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