London, United Kingdom, December 03, 2011 --(PR.com
Chair: Graham Beech, Strategic Development Director, Nacro
Keynote: Darra Singh OBE, Chair, Independent Riots Communities and Victims Panel
Assistant Chief Constable Julian Kirby, Territorial Policing, South Wales Police
Donna McCarthy, Partner, Devonshires
Robyn Fairman, Assistant Chief Executive, Westminster City Council
Chris Reed, Assistant Director Operations, Three Rivers Housing
Chief Superintendent Christopher Bourlet, Crime and Customer Strategy Unit, Metropolitan Police Service
Paul Bott, Operations Director North, Catch-22
Capita’s National Conference: What Next for Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour? brings together influential national and local stakeholders to address the review into ASB powers, the impact of the response to the riots and exciting innovations in provision, including new family recovery pilots funded on a payment by results basis.
Methods and legal recourse for tackling Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) have been under government scrutiny and review in the past year. The Summer’s riots have increased public demands for tougher sentencing and evictions for perpetrators, better protection for vulnerable victims, while at the same time, demonstrating how resilient communities can mitigate the worst effects of ASB. Faster, more flexible response to ASB offences, and more accountability to the communities affected, are now high on the political agenda.
Contact: Ben Aslet – 020 7960 7711/ firstname.lastname@example.org