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Capita Announce Details of Their 11th National Conference on Integrated Offender Management - Tuesday, 18th September, 2012 – Central London

Capita’s 11th National Integrated Offender Management Conference comes at a critical time following the probation and community sentencing reviews; offering an update and insight into the integral role the Police Crime Commissioner will play. This event provides a vital opportunity to gain guidance on implementing payment by results and successful resettlement and prevention services.

Central London, United Kingdom, May 24, 2012 --( This timely conference focuses on reducing reoffending whilst improving public confidence and collaborative working across local authorities, police, prison, probation and voluntary and community services.

Chair: Graham Beech, Strategic Development Director, Nacro

Speakers Include:
- John Hall, Deputy Director, Reducing Reoffending Portfolio, Ministry of Justice
- John Long, Assistant Chief Constable, Avon and Somerset Constabulary and National Lead for Integrated Offender Management, Association of Chief Police Officers
- Sally Lewis, Chief Executive Officer, Avon and Somerset Probation Trust and IOM Portfolio Lead, Probation Chiefs Association
- Phil Hawkins, Head of Youth Offending and Safer Communities, Leicestershire County Council
- Julian Hosking, Head of Resettlement and Purposeful Activity, HMP Wandsworth
- Charles Drew, Chief Executive, Amber Foundation
- Catherine Hennessy, Director of Development and Partnerships, Revolving Doors Agency

Benefits of Attending:
- Gain a policy update from the Ministry of Justice on national reducing reoffending strategies
- Discover the lessons learnt from a PbR pilot in terms of achieving better value for money and targeting resources to reduce offending
- Gain advice on how to engage and tap into the voluntary and community sector to involve them in service provision and support
- Understand how to implement an integrated delivery model to ensure the principles of IOM are shared across partner agencies
- Identify the barriers to rehabilitation and reduce the factors linked to reoffending
- Take away guidance on engaging with hard to reach offenders in the higher risk groups
- Examine ways to improve the impact of prison services to ensure sustainable employment, housing and support post-release

Plus Half Day Briefing:
With 70% of offenders suffering from mental health problems, it is crucial to deliver the right support early.
Following the Bradley review and the changes to the way mental health is funded, this must attend event provides key learning on successful approaches to managing offenders with multiple needs and identifies appropriate pathways and packages of support to encourage rehabilitation.

Benefits of Attending:
- Get to grips with integrating offender management with support for those affected by mental health problems
- Gain insight into 'through the gates' multi agency working specialising in offenders with mental health problems
- Hear about ground breaking UK wide, multi agency liaison and diversion schemes set up in partnership between Nacro, the Department of Health and the NHS Confederation

For more information please follow the links below:
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Michael Gamble
020 7960 7720

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