Dorset PCC innovates with 21st century partnership working

We here at Alliantist are delighted to announce that we are working with the Office of the Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner to help them deliver an integrated multi-agency approach for victims, vulnerable people and high-risk offenders.

Secure sharing of information and partners being able to work collaboratively in one secure digital place are held as critical success factors for the battle against crime, and ensuring joined up justice for victims. Dorset now has that with ‘pam’, a powerful cloud software platform from Alliantist.

PCC Martyn Underhill (pictured) and the staff of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner have been using pam since mid-2013 and believes it to be an essential tool in multi-agency working: “One of my manifesto promises was to improve the way that agencies share information. I am delighted that Dorset has secured this money from the Home Office which will accelerate my plans to boost partnership working in high risk areas of business. This is a hugely exciting and innovative development and I am proud that my office are making this platform available to the local government community and wider public service providers in Dorset. We now have the platform and the potential of joining up agencies to achieve great things together and to protect the most vulnerable.”

The Commissioner added: “This technology holds the potential to fundamentally change the way that public sector organisations share information and collaborate. It will deliver a new and innovative service to the victims of crime and the people of Dorset through our new Multi – Agency Safeguarding Hub and the Dorset Victims Bureau. I am optimistic that pam will produce better outcomes from multi-agency partnerships by practitioners sharing information with confidence and trust and in delivering effective commissioning and enhanced strategic planning in these times of reduced funds across the public sector.”

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Our Chief Executive, Mark Darby (pictured), said: “This epitomises what the government is aiming for, with public sector organisations innovating on new solutions together with small specialist providers. This initiative will allow agencies to work better together at lower cost and risk to deliver success in numerous high priority crime and justice areas for Dorset.”

The full press release can be downloaded here.

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