Criminal Justice Convention: Reducing Offending and reoffending
01 Jul 2013
Broadcast from London

 

This two day Criminal Justice Convention will bring together representatives from across the criminal justice system to hear leading speakers address the challenge of efficient, effective means of reducing offending and reoffending against a backdrop of increased voluntary and private sector involvement in criminal justice provision and tight public sector spending.

The Convention incorporates a range of targeted seminars and plenary sessions that include best practice case studies, leading academics presenting research, management and policy experts and hosted debates. 

This Convention is a must-attend event for anyone working in police, probation, secure establishments, youth offending teams, local authorities, sentencers and other court staff, victims’ services, schools, the voluntary and community sector and other key organisations who has to stay ahead of the changes and lead reorganisation – this event will also be ideal for continuing professional development and for fast track induction for new staff.

400 leading policy-makers and practitioners will participate over the two days of the Convention. And key presentations will be broadcast and made available on demand in new training packages to take back to your organisation.

Programme

Day 1 - 01 Jul 2013

09:00
CAPITA Interview
09:05
UNILINK Software
09:30
Police and Crime Commissioners Stream / Prevention Stream Working with ex-offenders in communities workshop
10:30
Restorative justice workshop / Sponsor led workshop / Offender learning - skills, employment and resettlement stream
11:30
Break
12:00
The new landscape in criminal justice
Government spokesperson to be confirmed

12:30
Panel discussion:
Panellists include:
Chris Wright, Chief Executive, Catch 22;
Judge John Samuels, Chair, Criminal Justice Alliance;
Other panellists to be announced

13:00
Break
14:00
Prevention and neighbourhood policing / Effective use of education in custody Education, training and employment streams
14:45
Gangs and violence workshop / Restorative justice workshop / Effective use of custody stream
15:30
Break
16:00
Plenary session:
Chair: Bob Ashford, Founder, Wipetheslateclean;
Government spokesperson to be confirmed.

16:30
Panel discussion:
Panellists include:
Sir Charles Pollard QPM;
Other panellists to be announced

17:00
Financial crime and illegal trading stream / Gangs and serious violence stream / Restorative justice workshop

18:00
The Criminal Justice Convention Lecture: New thinking in criminal justice
Guest speaker: Baroness Helen Newlove, Commissioner for Victims and Witnesses

Day 2 - 02 Jul 2013

09:00
Community safety partnerships and local government stream / Victims and witnesses stream / Education, training and employment stream
09:50
Restorative justice stream / Probation – payment by results stream Victims and witnesses stream
10:40
Future policing landscape stream / Employment and training stream Resettlement stream
11:20
Break
11:50
Catch them young
Speaker to be announced

12:10
Panel discussion:
Panellists include:
Cédric Foussard, Director of International Affairs, International Juvenile Justice Observatory;
Other panellists to be announced.

12:30
Break
13:30
Cyber crime workshop / Effective courts and sentencing stream / Health issues stream
14:15
Improving life chances stream / Resettlement stream / Gangs and violence stream
15:00
Break
15:30
Intelligence and information sharing stream / Health and substance misuse stream / Effective practice in working with young people stream
16:30
End of broadcast