SIRCS is a dynamic, powerful yet easy to use, secure network based application designed to help communities effectively tackle problems from retail crime and anti-social behaviour to reporting on graffiti and other environmental issues.
It is a proven crime reduction tool, which enables the fast and easy identification of suspects and offenders. It provides for increased reporting of incidents and better communication between the public, Partnerships, their members, Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships (CDRPs) and statutory organisations.
SIRCS allows for the quick and easy recording and sharing of information on a range of issues including theft, criminal damage, truancy, fly-tipping as well as many other applications.
- SIRCS helps partnerships meet the eight data protection principles of good practice.
- SIRCS aims to encourage maximum participation as this is vital to any crime or community partnerships success. This is why SIRCS makes information securely accessible and easily available to all members via a secure network based application and not a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
- SIRCS can be securely accessed via the internet, intranet or mobile phone, enabling instant access to your partnership database – including images – wherever you are.
Fenland Police and Fenland District Council work together to deliver training sessions across the county