Capita Conferences Announce their National Integrated Offender Management Conference Implementing Local Solutions Thursday 14th February 2013, Manchester
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Against a backdrop of probation reform and with the arrival of Police and Crime Commissioners, Capita’s National Integrated Offender Management Conference will focus on how to deliver innovative local-level solutions to reduce re-offending at a time of unprecedented change. You will hear from a range of experts and practitioners on how to improve multi-agency working, reduce re-offending rates and improve outcomes.
Attend this important event featuring a dynamic line-up of speakers and benefit from guidance on how to join up with key agencies locally to drive down re-offending rates.
Chair: Graham Beech, Strategic Development Director, Nacro
ACC John Long, Avon and Somerset Constabulary and
National Lead for Integrated Offender Management
Association of Chief Police Officers
Sue Hall , Chair
Probation Chiefs Association and
Chief Executive, West Yorkshire Probation Trust
Chief Inspector Simon Tweats, IOM Programme Manager
Community Justice Team Co-ordinator
Sheffield City Council
Head of Opportunities and Work Programme
Chester and District Housing Trust
Benefits of attending:
- Understand the implications of probation reform and the impact on re-offending rates
- Learn how to engage your local PCC in effective IOM
- Examine an innovative IOM scheme where police, probation and other agencies are working together and co-located in the same office
- Hear from one of the first Payment by Results pilots and learn how to provide best tailored support to offenders both inside prison and when they leave custody
- Explore a pioneering scheme developed in Bristol which is using IOM approaches for dangerous offenders
- Discover a groundbreaking scheme that secures accommodation and employment for offenders
Reducing Re-offending through Effective Drug and Alcohol Services
Friday 15th February 2013 – Manchester
From April 2013 Local Authorities will take over the responsibility for commissioning drug and alcohol services for those in the Criminal Justice System.
With the new health structures soon in place, Capita’s half-day Briefing will help you learn how these changes will impact on Integrated Offender Management going forward and practical examples of effective drug and alcohol treatments to cut crime.
Expert speakers include:
Chris Hart, Drug and Alcohol Commissioning Manager, Hartlepool Borough Council
Benefits of Attending
Caroline Foy, Substance Misuse Commissioning Manager, Wakefield Council/NHS Wakefield District
Stuart Haste, Criminal Justice Referrals and Allocations Co-ordinator, Swanswell
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