Looking ahead to the 2020 PCC elections, CJI and CJA are producing a briefing informed by an expert group of CJA members, which showcases current innovative practice supported by PCCs across the country. The launches of this briefing at party conferences will feature discussions with David Jamieson, PCC for the West Midlands, and Katy Bourne, PCC for Sussex, who will be joined by a range of voices on topical justice issues including Serious Youth Violence, County Lines and Restorative Justice. After initial presentations from the panels, the events will be opened up to all attendees to contribute to the discussion about the crucial role PCCs have to play in leading innovation in justice, and about the challenges and opportunities the future holds.
The events are free and you do not need an official conference pass. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend, and please state whether you have any accessibility requirements.
Labour Police and Crime Commissioners: Leaders for Justice Innovation
Tuesday 24th September 2019, 13:30 – 15:00
Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel, 149 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2PP, Room: Ballroom
- David Jamieson, PCC for the West Midlands
- Gareth Evans, Intern for the West Midlands PCC
- Lucy, Restorative Justice Ambassador for Why Me?
- Junior Smart, Business Development Manager and Founder of the SOS Gangs Project, St. Giles Trust.
Conservative Police and Crime Commissioners: Leaders for Justice Innovation
Monday 30th September 2019, 15:00 – 16:30
Friends’ Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 5NS, Room G3
- Katy Bourne, PCC for Sussex
- Linda, Ambassador for Sussex Restorative Justice Partnership
- Joanne Bakare, Custody Suite Youth Specialist Worker, St. Giles Trust