Get support to a vulnerable person that’s gone missing quicker with the Keep Safe scheme.
Many families live with the constant anxiety that a vulnerable relative, such as someone with Alzheimer’s or Dementia, may go missing. The Keep Safe scheme helps the authorities to get support to a missing vulnerable person quicker and easier.
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Access information anywhere
Gain 24/7 secure access to information stored on the Keep Safe system whether you’re on mobile, desktop or tablet.
Automatically populate a database
The Keep Safe public-facing form automatically populates a police database so there’s no need to add information manually.
Complete in advance
A carer, support workers, family member or friend can complete a secure, public-facing, online form to record important information about a vulnerable person.
Get appropriate support quicker
In the event of a vulnerable person going missing, their details can be accessed quickly by authorised officials.
Complies with the Herbert protocol
The Herbert Protocol encourages carers to compile useful information about a vulnerable person if they’re at risk of going missing.
Multiple public-facing forms
Public-facing forms could be placed in several locations to encourage participation in the scheme – for example a council website.
What is the Keep Safe Scheme?
The Keep Safe Scheme aims to support people with vulnerabilities to get help in an emergency when out and about.
For example, a support worker, family member or friend could provide information to the Keep Safe scheme about a vulnerable person with dementia or Alzheimers. If that person is then found when missing, a member of the emergency services would be able to login to the system to learn more about the individual. This could include medication required, mobile numbers, places previously located, a photograph and social and communication needs etc.
Compiling information in advance saves time later
It’s a stressful time for all involved when a vulnerable person goes missing. By storing information in advance, you can get support to someone that needs it quicker.
With so much at stake, there really is no place for those withholding important information.
By giving all local professionals access to a collaborative network, everyone is better placed to address the needs of the vulnerable people they’re connected with. When partners work together, they can build a more comprehensive picture of an individual’s situation and ultimately improve outcomes.
Online forms speed up the process of compiling information.
There are various forms of the Keep Safe scheme in operation around the UK. Many of these require a carer to complete a paper form which is then entered into a system manually. With the Empowering Communities Keep Safe product, the forms are electronic and can be completed online. The information is then sent directly into the police/scheme database, which saves administration time.
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The type of information sharing [provided by Empowering-Communities’ products] allows us to anticipate an offenders likely behaviour in custody and also enables our Offender Supervisors to identify programmes and courses that need to be undertaken in custody which are designed to lower an offenders risk of re-offending.
RICHARD BELL AND SENIOR OFFICER JOHN WOOD / HMP STAFFORD’S RESETTLEMENT OFFICERS
There are some vulnerable groups who need additional support to help them manage the conversion to Universal Credit. This new way of working is a fantastic step forwards and will save both practitioners and residents a great deal of time.
COUNCILLOR SARAH RUSSELL / DERBY CITY COUNCIL
An offender was being released from prison and my team had concerns that the offender would try to make contact with the victim, potentially affecting their safety. A PCSO made a note on E-CINS that the offender was due to be leaving prison within the next few days. We would not normally be privy to that information, but because it was flagged on the Victim’s profile, we were able to quickly contact the victim and hold a face to face meeting to assess the level of risk to them.
ANNABEL TATE / BRIGHTON & HOVE COUNCIL
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