pam, the platform for change and relationship success, has been adopted by both Greater Manchester Police and Salford City Council for multi agency collaboration around guns, gangs, knife crime, troubled families and serious organised crime. It will be rolled out to key partners as part of its implementation of the MASH (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub) solution and builds on the successful Project Gulf initiative within the city. With the rich pam feature set that goes beyond traditional collaboration tools, the partners can work together intimately to share their work, coordinate daily activity, make better decisions and measure performance to address the opportunities and challenges their local ecosystem throws up.
This is part of a Home Office sponsored initiative where Alliantist, with pam, and its social media monitoring and strategic listening partner, Open Eye Communications, are working together over the next couple of years to help forge a stronger community. Gulf was originally established to tackle serious and organised crime and it has done that very successfully. However gun, gang and youth crime challenges then came to the fore in Salford last December with the tragic Bidve murder. As such GMP and SCC have looked at how to go further with multi agency engagement and address the enforcement, prevention and support together. pam offers them the chance to achieve the intimate collaboration required for success very efficiently and optimise the time people spend together. It equips the partners to do their job well and focus their energies on delivering the shared community outcomes they deserve.