Your teams’ welfare is the number one priority. Having sharp and focused officers means more effective policing. And with the right duty management software, you can ensure you deploy the right people at the right time, manage demand and reduce risks.
We’ve been developing duty management software for over 15 years, and today it’s used by over 60,000 people in organisations of all sizes.
Not only does it help plan resources for frontline and support teams, but it also connects to other back office systems. This means court appearances, training and more are flagged to resource planners.
Able to be used on any device, your team can use the system from anywhere, anytime.
Our duty management software is built of 6 modules that integrate seamlessly for an efficient solution.
A full view of your rosters duty plan, including annual leave, overtime, etc.
Easy for individuals or groups to book on and off.
Manage resources to improve your team’s health and wellbeing.
Schedule court appearances that reduce overtime or cancelled rest days.
The ability to import and export data from and to internal and external systems.
Schedule sessions around overtime and enable staff wish lists.
“The ability for officers to access and utilise NEC Duty Management from their mobile devices has been a great innovation and gladly welcomed wholeheartedly by all officers and staff in the Force.
Prior to introducing mobile we had difficulties with officers accessing desktop computers to book on and off and they are now able to do this along with claiming overtime and booking leave from their devices.
This has been the most popular innovation that we have ever introduced in recent years”.
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In March of 2022 Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Sir Thomas P Winsor, published his assessment of the effectiveness and efficiency of policing in England and Wales based on the inspections that Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) carried out between April and November 2021.