United Safe Care works with single unitary bodies through to complex central government departments to deliver quality services and cost savings. Understanding risk and reputation, and being efficient and reliable, is what makes United Safe Care the provider of choice in the public sector.
We understand the tight budget constraints local and national government departments are facing and the ever-increasing demand to demonstrate value for money and greater efficiencies in your operations.
Our track record of service delivery offers a reassurance that our public sector clients both demand and expect. As well as offering training and support services we also work with the public sector to supply the following:
United Safe Care specialises in the delivery of prisoner and detainee escorting, immigration, detention and court custody staffing in the UK and internationally. Our officers are supplied directly to the United Kingdom Immigration Service and support main contractors to the UK Border Force and the National Offender Management Services (NOMS) in the in-country movement of detainees and prisoners as well as in support of the Youth Justice Board (YJB).
Our highly qualified detention custody officers, prisoner custody officers and Youth Justice Board Escort officers carry out a combination of escort and detention services across the UK and overseas.
We deliver the following:
- National and international movement of detainees
- Supervision of detainees
- Staff outsourcing support to prisons and immigration removal centres
- Hospital bed watches
- Immigration, detainee and prisoner escorting
- Detention and custody
- Vulnerable detainee watch
- Youth Justice Board escorts
- Court custody suite officers
United Safe Care is a leading provider of social work escort services throughout the UK.
Our clients include the Home Office, Department of Health as well as local authorities.
Our services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
United Safe Care provides the following social work escort services for children and young people:
- To and from court (secure and non-secure accommodation)
- To and from school
- Change of placement
- Learning to travel programmes
- Supervised contact between children and parents at neutral venue(s)
- Routine hospital visits, day care, medical appointments
- Detained patients