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.