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Why attend the Modernising Criminal Justice Conference?

As the era of austerity approaches its’ end, the UK looks forward to an influx of investment to revive a justice system which is at breaking point.

The Modernising Criminal Justice Conference, now in its 17th year, is designed to unite innovators with decision makers, along with the wider public sector, as a whole-system approach enables the sharing of resources, ideas & expertise to aid in the modernisation which the sector so desperately needs.

The programme will cover the latest funding & policy updates, as well as leading case studies in diversionary schemes, predictive policing, community reintegration and more.

Digital Policing

Witness and Victim Protection

Youth Justice


Disclosure of Evidence

Court Reform

What people are saying..

It felt like I was attending a physical conference, something not easy to pull off. I thought the tone was great and the mix of sessions well thought out. The platform was fantastic and engagement high.
- Police Federation of England and Wales
I thought this was a great event. The virtual platform used was excellent. It was so slick, engaging and with zero technology problems. Timing was incredible. I was so impressed with the delivery. This has been my favourite year yet.
Senior Probation Practice Researcher - Kent Surrey and Sussex CRC
The online platform is brilliant and I could not fault it. It was easy to use and sets a standard going forward for other providers to facilitate training and conferences in this way.
- Designated Safeguarding Lead

In conversation with Dame Vera Baird

We are delighted to close this year's conference with a live interview with Dame Vera Baird DBE QC. Dame Vera Baird QC is currently the Victims’ Commissioner for England & Wales, responsible for promoting the interests of victims and witnesses of crime. She previously served as a Labour MP, the Solicitor General for England & Wales and a Police and Crime Commissioner. This was after practising as a criminal barrister for many years.

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Tickets & Registration

This highly interactive one-day conference is a must-attend for everyone involved in reform and cross-agency working from arrest to release. Benefits include:
A programme delivered by leading policy and decision-makers across the justice sector
The opportunity to solve strategic problems by sharing ideas and solutions with over 500 of your peers
Discover new ways to modernise the industry and understand the impacts of reforms within justice
Network with existing colleagues and new-found contacts at our evening drinks reception, supported by MTC Group
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