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.
9
September

Research Update on People who have Sexually Offended

9 September   |   
1:00pm
 to 
2:00pm

Professor Kieran McCartan and Andrew Bates again join forces for the final event in their series on which the focus will be an update on ongoing research and practice with people who have sexually offended. It will focus on aetiology, risk assessment, treatment, and community reintegration. stay up to date and don't miss it!

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14
September

Virtual Visit to Parliament: MOJ Oral Session

14 September   |   
11:00am
 to 
1:00pm

Join Stephen Hubbard, Deputy Head, Briefing and Correspondence Team HMPPS, for a virtual visits to see the Oral Justice questions at Westminster where ministers are held to account. Stephen will introduce you to the jargon and procedures before patching you in live to view the session. Stephen will be on hand to answer any questions.

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17
September

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

17 September   |   
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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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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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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