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Solihull Council chooses ChildView from CACI to supports its youth justice work

Solihull Council has chosen CACI’s ChildView youth justice software to underpin its youth justice work in the area. As part of the move to enhance engagement with young people and improve their outcomes, Solihull Council has sought to strategically evolve its services. Partnering with CACI will help Solihull Council in engaging with young people, recording their journeys and data mapping their outcomes for the benefit of all young people in their services.

ChildView will support Solihull’s youth justice practitioners by providing a holistic view of the council’s services. This will help Solihull’s youth justice team to efficiently and effectively deliver its vital frontline services, gaining deeper insight and understanding of the journeys it seeks to improve.

“Following a detailed consideration of the requirements for our Youth Offending Service, our engagement with young people and extensive market research, Solihull Council is pleased to announce CACI as our new Youth Justice partner,” says Zubair Afzal, consultant programme manager ant Solihull Council. “We look forward to delivering an improved Youth Justice offer in collaboration with CACI.”

“We’re delighted that Solihull Council has chosen our ChildView youth justice software to underpin its vital service delivery,” says Phil Lucy, director of CACI’s Children & Young Person’s division. “It’s an exciting opportunity for us to expand upon our service delivery in the West Midlands and support Solihull Council in evolving and enhancing its service delivery to vulnerable young people.”

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