London, United Kingdom, June 19, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- This timely event examines ways in which forces can ensure they achieve appropriate standards and assure the safety of detainees in this high risk custodial setting.
The HM Inspectorate of Prisons and the HM Inspectorate of Constabulary began their series of joint inspections in 2008. Two years on, this important event gives delegates the opportunity to hear best practice advice and guidance on preventing harm and ensuring the custodial workforce is well equipped to effectively assess and eliminate the risk of detainee fatalities.
Expert speakers will address key topics, including:
- Trends and commonalities of deaths occurring in police care
- An update from HMIC on their new inspection criteria
- Implementing effective risk assessment strategies
- Improving treatment and conditions for vulnerable detainees
- In-depth advice and guidance on the legal implications of
deaths in police care
There is an opportunity to assess your force’s own custodial procedures and benchmark them against those leading the way in preventing avoidable deaths occurring in police care.
In line with this conference event is a special briefing on the theme:
Safer Detention of Intoxicated Detainees.
Capita’s half-day briefing, Safer Detention of Intoxicated Detainees, focuses on equipping custody staff with the necessary skills and understanding to minimise the risks which intoxicated detainees pose to themselves and those in charge of their detention.
Expert speakers and practical case studies at the forefront of good practice will give delegates an insight into how best to manage those under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
For more details please visit the website http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/police-criminal-justice/full-conference/article/preventing-deaths-in-police-care.html?code=MKRG or contact email@example.com te: 020 7960 7719