Join us for this breakfast briefing with our panel of experts to discuss the strategy and debate how creating the right conditions to reform and rehabilitate offenders ultimately can cut crime, keeping streets safe.
COVID-19 has radically altered criminal justice system forever. We have seen digital adoption accelerated across our courts, prisons and probation services and have seen organisations having to evolve, adapt to change and embrace new technologies, all of which were enabled by having the right digital infrastructure in place, however there is a long way to go.
Join our panel of experts to:
This session will share insights on the progress of the new probation service delivery one year one.
Join Amy Rees, Director General of Probation, Wales and Youth in HMPPS as she provides an update on what is working well so far, and offering guidance on further developments for the unified system.
The Strategic Review of Policing in England and Wales is examining how crime, fear of crime and other threats to public safety are changing and assess the ability of the police to respond. This far-reaching independent review set for release in January 2022 aims to set a long term strategic direction for the police service so that it is better able to tackle crime in an age where it is being transformed by new technology and wider social change.
Join our panel of experts to discuss and examine the findings and aims of the strategic review and debare what must be done so that policing can adapt to the digital environment, ensure it can pursue criminals, protect the vulnerable, and reduce crime.
Morning seminar sessions offers you an excellent opportunity to learn, network and gain valuable insights on a variety of themes across the justice sector. More details to follow.
Catch up with your peers at the conference in between sessions or during your complimentary lunch break.
Get to know the faces behind the innovations as you journey through the conference exhibition floor. This offers you the opportunity to meet providers who can help you kickstart your projects and improve efficiency within your organisations, by making the most of new products and services.
Afternoon seminar sessions offers you an excellent opportunity to learn, network and gain valuable insights on a variety of themes across the justice sector. More details to follow.
We are delighted to be joined by Professor Dame Carol Black who will talk about the key findings from her independent review of drugs, including mental health and addiction treatment, prison services and the importance of and need for collaborative and cross-departmental working.
The murder of Sarah Everard by a serving police officer has prompted widespread concerns about women’s safety and male violence. With the release of the 2021 Domestic Abuse Act, new support measures for victims and survivors, and additional powers for police including Domestic Abuse Protection Notices this panel will discuss the latest updates with sector leaders in tackling violence, abuse and harassment directed towards women and girls.
In June 2021 the government introduced a new Probation Service responsible for the management of offenders across the country. The need to break the offender cycle continues to be a major challenge for the criminal justice system, but where are we at in 2022?
Too many victims and witnesses feel that the system does not deliver justice for them. Too many feel let down by the system, which can compound the pain and suffering from the original crime. As a result, a worrying number of victims and witnesses disengage from the justice process altogether, meaning that justice is not delivered in those cases, and the public is left exposed to criminals who remain free to carry on offending.
But what needs to change?
Join our panel of experts as they discuss:
In June 2021 Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service published its Digital, Data & Technology Strategy. This strategy document promised profound changes which many staff in prison and probation services have been requesting for years. In this session the HMPPS will outline their progress on: