Virtual Events

All of our virtual events are free to attend and are open to all staff working in the Criminal Justice System. You will be asked to provide your work email address when you register.
20
October

Technology and Serious Organised Crime

20 October   |   
4:00pm
 to 
5:15pm

in conjunction with Academy for Social Justice

featuring Dame Lynne Owens DCB, CBE, QPM, Director General, National Crime Agency

The National Crime Agency (NCA) leads the UK’s fight to cut serious and organised crime, drawing on unique capabilities to target those offenders at the highest-end of high-harm. As the threat facing the UK from serious and organised crime evolves, we must consider how well our intelligence and investigation techniques are keeping pace with offenders?

In this free seminar, Dame Lynne will outline the role technology increasingly plays in enabling serious organised criminals and their groups, exploring how it can extend the reach of offenders and increase the risk to those most vulnerable to criminality.

Please note you must be a member of the Academy to attend an event. Membership and services are free and you can join when booking your place on Eventbrite.

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2
November

Self-Harm and Early Intervention- Addressing the Gaps

2 November   |   
4:00pm
 to 
5:15pm

Promoted on behalf of Academy for Social Justice

In this free seminar Jennifer Rushworth-Claeys, Head of Young Persons Service Delivery will introduce you to We Are With You and their evidence based Mind and Body Programme which provides early intervention support to 13-25 year olds struggling with their wellbeing and self-harm. Sophie will then share learning from the programme, including how Mind and Body identifies a huge amount of young people who would otherwise be ‘under the radar’ and how they ensure positive outcomes continue beyond the end of delivery.

PLEASE NOTE that places are limited so please be sure you can attend before booking.  You must also be a member of the Academy to attend an event. Membership and services are free and you can join when booking your place on Eventbrite.

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4
November

How to Identify Stalking Behaviour - a Guide for Practitioners

4 November   |   
11:30am
 to 
1:00pm

Join Dr. Rachael Wheatley, HMPPS Forensic Psychologist, and her colleagues for a look at the basics of stalking behaviour. This session provides an overview of stalking typologies and motivational factors, plus relevant risk and responsivity factors. These are essential aspects for informing practitioner assessments, engagement sessions, and risk management planning. This session will cover some engagement and signposting options, and refer attendees to current resources to assist in their case management duties. The session will end with a question and answer session.

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11
November

Procedural Justice - Enabling a Safer, Secure and Stable Prison Environment

11 November   |   
2:00pm
 to 
4:00pm

This event hosted by Flora Fitzalan Howard, from the Evidence Based Practice Team explores how we have begun to embed the principles of procedural justice into our management of prisons, specifically relating to safety, stability and security. Flora will be joined by panel members Governor Ralph Lubkowski, HMP Hewell, Phil Riding, Head of Residential at HMYOI Hindley, Amy Freel, Risk and Capabilities Unit and Winston Carnegie, Head of Safeguarding at HMYOI Werrington.

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9
December

Exploring the Behaviour and Management of Ex-partner Stalking - a Professional Practice Clinic

9 December   |   
11:30am
 to 
1:00pm

Open to front line probation practitioners only. Please note that tickets will only be issued to justice.gov or CRC e mail account holders.

Join two of HMPPS' stalking specialist forensic psychologists and an experienced Probation Deputy Head to explore the behaviour and management of ex-partner (rejected typology) stalkers. Dr Rachael Wheatley and colleagues will briefly discuss some of the headline stalking behaviours and approaches to managing those convicted of related offences. Following this, the presenters will host a Q & A and case discussion session, which may help individual practitioners better understand this phenomenon and carry good practice directly back to their own daily work with their clients.

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