Police and Criminal Justice consultancy services
Police and Criminal Justice organisations face a massive challenge in redeveloping their business processes and use of ICT to address the demands of Bichard, Gershon and the changing nature of crime and law enforcement. Socitm Consulting, with its expertise in the crucial areas of information governance, technology, efficiency, performance and partnership development, is well placed to assist.
The Efficiency agenda
Responding to Gershon is tough on organisations which are already lean and faced with spiralling demands on their resources. We can help in key areas such as estates rationalisation, home and mobile working, business process re-engineering, customer access strategies, best value in ICT, ITIL service management and procurement.
Slow progress on information sharing post-Bichard is not simply due to lack of central guidance or inadequate systems. What's needed is effective information governance and training in information quality and management across the organisation. We can ensure not only that the structures are in place but also that the positive benefits of compliance and best practice are realised and achieved.
ICT strategy and governance
From business strategy to technical infrastructure, we can help with strategy definition, governance, procurement, outsourcing, implementation, training, interim management and service and system reviews. Our experience in best value and benchmarking across the public sector can help you compare performance with peer organisations and assess best practice on a national basis.
No public sector organisation is an island these days, but building trust and effective cooperation between partners requires the special skills of impartial facilitators with expertise and time to focus. We have considerable experience of successful partnership development involving the emergency services, local government, social services, health, education and the voluntary and commercial sectors.
If you would like to discuss how we can help you in any of the above areas, please please call us on 0845 450 0904 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.