Crime and antisocial behaviour
|Date:||22 October 2015|
|Time:||09:00 - 16:00|
|Venue:||the studio, Leeds
Riverside West, Whitehall Road
|Information:||Map and Directions|
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This year’s annual Crime and antisocial behaviour event will look at the key issues facing practitioners in the sector.
Join the conversation: #nhcasb15
Tackling crime and anti-social behaviour remains a huge priority for landlords and tenants. Following last year’s Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act, we’ll take a look at where we are now and examine some key issues for practitioners in the field.
This conference is aimed at all those involved in antisocial behaviour (ASB) service delivery – housing managers, housing officers, tenancy enforcement staff, members of tenants and residents groups, community safety officers, police officers, probation officers, community wardens, community support officers and youth offending teams.
Why you should attend:
- Hear directly from the Home Office’s Crime Directorate on how landlords and agencies have employed the new powers within the 2014 Act
- Hear the latest on tackling domestic violence from both a legal and policing perspective
- Examine some practical, working approaches to multi-agency data sharing
- Find out where the sector is with the Troubled Families agenda
- Understand more about forced marriages and how the sector can identify and help to deal with these cases
- Find out more about how the sector can become involved in restorative justice
- Gain an understanding of when surveillance is appropriate and how to use it safely and effectively
- Hear the latest relevant legal updates
- Develop new sector contacts and networks to support your ongoing practice and browsing the exhibition to take a look at the some of the latest products and approaches
The conference will be chaired by Gilly Marshall, Antisocial Behaviour Manager, Thirteen Group and chair of the NHC’s Antisocial Behaviour Study Group. Expert speakers include:
Expert speakers include:
- Simon Eglington, Home Office
- Jan Luba QC
- Chris Grose, Capsticks Solicitors
- The Restorative Justice Council
Delegates will be able to record four CPD hours for attending this conference.
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Please note: All prices are exclusive of VAT.
Bookings are closed for this event.