You may have seen a call to action from more than 70 charities and organisations today, 21 January 2020, calling on the government to introduce domestic violence prevention programmes targeting the perpetrators as well as the victims.
The call to action was backed up by the results of Drive, a pilot project which focused on offenders and led to a reduction in offending of 30% in some cases. We are proud to say the Drive project used Case Manager to safely record, store and manage its sensitive case information.
IIZUKA worked with Safe Lives, one of the project’s partner organisations to provide case management software which was secure and reliable, and which would allow Drive service providers to record, process and share detailed case level information to support their work. Case Manager was a clear front-runner, with IIZUKA being ISO 27001 and Cyber Essentials plus accredited and all staff being SC cleared.
You can read more about the project and the call to action here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51177628.
To find out more about Case Manager, call us on 0121 212 2030.