Capita Conferences announce their Transforming Rehabilitation to Reduce Reoffending Conference – 28th February 2014 - Manchester
Published by alexesson for Capita Conferences in Care and Support and also in Communities
Transforming Rehabilitation to Reduce Reoffending Conference
Friday 28th February – Manchester
- Sally Lewis, Chief Executive, Avon and Somerset Probation Trust
and IOM Portfolio Lead, Probation Chief Association
- John Long, Deputy Chief Constable, Avon and Somerset Constabulary
and IOM Lead, Association of Chief Police Officers
- Chair: Graham Beech, Strategic Development Director, Nacro
- Chris Jewesbury, Head of Health and Justice Commissioning (Yorkshire and Humber), NHS England
Major reforms that plan to overhaul how offenders are managed and rehabilitated are gaining pace. Agencies must now prepare for the upcoming changes from April 2014 as competitive processes are introduced.
The Transforming Rehabilitation programme emphasises the need to support the broader life management issues that often cause the cycle of reoffending amongst prolific offenders. Capita’s National Transforming Rehabilitation to Reduce Reoffending conference brings together probation, police, housing, health and the voluntary sector to help you discover effective cross-sector approaches to reduce reoffending.
Attend this conference to take away insight and practical guidance on developing rehabilitation schemes in your area through partnership working to achieve lower crime rates, fewer victims and safer communities.
Contact: Alex Esson on 020 7202 0557 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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