The Care Leavers’ Association

on November 27, 2017

This event, led by The Care Leavers’ Association (CLA) and with the support of academic partners, will re-visit the position and experience of care leavers within criminal justice settings. Identifying a number of issues which are out of scope in the current discussion, sessions will address the visibility of care leavers in the criminal justice context, the criminalisation of young people in the care system, the issues that present for criminalised adult care leavers across their life course, intersectional understanding of experiences of care and the challenges of disrupting institutional pathways between the care and criminal justice systems.

More Details: http://www.careleavers.com/cjs-conference/

Police Foundation – Annual Conference

on November 29, 2017

The Police Foundation’s eighth annual conference will look at how the police can work much more collaboratively with other agencies and with citizens to prevent crime and solve complex problems. It will explore examples of integrated place-based working from around the UK and discuss how public service systems as a whole need to change if they are to address the more complex times in which we live. This year’s event will provide an opportunity to debate with and learn from some of the leading experts in the field about how the police, the criminal justice system and wider public services can best respond to these challenges.

CJA members can buy tickets with a 50 per cent discount by contacting Judy.Mackay@police-foundation.org.uk.

More Details: http://www.police-foundation.org.uk/event/annual-conference-2017/