London, United Kingdom, January 08, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Capita announces details of its Reducing Reoffending Conference:
Thursday 29th March 2012 – Manchester
Capita’s Resettlement and Housing Support for Ex-Offenders Briefing
Friday 30th March 2012 – Manchester
Expert speakers include:
Chair Graham Beech, Strategic Development Director, Nacro
Luke Edwards, Reducing Re-Offending Portfolio, Ministry of Justice
ACC John Long, Avon and Somerset Constabulary and Lead for Integrated Offender Management, ACPO
Mike Maiden, Chief Executive, Staffordshire and West Midlands Probation Trust
Angus Mulready-Jones, Director of Integrated Family Support, Prison Advice and Care Trust
Mary Weastell, Strategic Director, Business Support Services Bradford Metropolitan District Council
The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill sets out reforms to reduce re-offending and introduce more robust sentencing.
Capita’s 10th National Reducing Re-Offending Conference has been updated to inform you on the progress of the implementation of these wider packages of reform and deliver the most recent and innovative solutions to minimise re-conviction rates and resettle offenders back into the community.
Benefits of Attending
Hear from the Ministry of Justice and discover the opportunities a Payment by Results approach creates to drive down re-offending rates
Benefit from an update on the development of the IOM Programme from the ACPO lead
Explore an effective way to support offenders with mental health, drug and alcohol problems through liaison and intensive case management
Discover a ground-breaking employment support plan providing help inside the prison and "through-the-gate"
Contact: Fran Langham – email@example.com /020 7960 7751