Police and Crime Commissioners: Building community safety – preventing crime
Thu, 24 January
On 15 November 2012, the first Police and Crime Commissioners were elected in England and Wales, bringing to an end the structures of Police Authorities and
establishing new lines of accountability to which other public bodies will need to adjust.
How will they change the landscape of community safety, budget setting, crime
prevention and co-ordination between police, local authorities, businesses
schools, other agencies and community organisations?
Speakers so far confirmed, include:
Conference Chair - Michael Burton - Editor, The MJ
Ashley Ames - Ipsos Mori
Javed Khan - Chief Executive, Victim Support
Frances Done - Chair, Youth Justice Board for England and Wales
View latest speaker line-up here.
Attend this conference and you'll:
-Gain insight from the plans of Police and Crime Commissioners after their first months in office
-Help you understand how local Police and Crime Plans are drawn up and how Police and Crime Panels are convened and will support and scrutinise the work of the PCC
-Hear how PCCs will engage with local government
-Address issues relating to community safety partnerships
-Tackle anti-social behaviour, drug and alcohol-related issues and troubled Families
-Hear how effective central multi-agency cooperation will feed through and continue at a more local level
-Look at how PCCs will identify local priorities for policing and criminal justice
-Understand how PCCs will commission services to address these priorities
-Help you plan by providing a platform to discuss the ways in which you can engage with your local PCCs to influence local police and crime agendas
-Look at how the public will be engaged and how confidence can be raised within the local community
-Discuss how a nationally consistent, high quality service can be provided locally to stakeholders representing victims and witnesses
View the agenda here.
SAVE £50! - register by the 7th January 2013
Sign-up and view the agenda here.
Or, contact customer services on Tel: 020 7324 4330 - quoting 'Police Oracle'.