Criminal Justice Forum - The Role of the VCS and PCCs in Reducing Reoffending

This forum will focus on how Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) and the voluntary sector can work in partnership together to reduce reoffending. You will have the opportunity to hear about what PCCs are doing in the North East, and discuss opportunities for the voluntary sector to be involved. Speakers will include representatives from the Office for PCCs for Cleveland and Durham.

Clinks coordinate quarterly forums to provide the opportunity for members to to keep up to speed with new developments or step back from the crucial day-to-day work to see the bigger picture, along with improving access to decision makers and allowing time for all-important networking.

This forum will give local and regional organisations the opportunity to:

  • Discuss the role of the voluntary sector and Police and Crime Commissioners in reducing reoffending,
  • Share good practice and network with other organisations working in your region,
  • Discuss the challenges and opportunities your organisation is currently facing,
  • Influence Clinks’ national policy work through shared experience,
  • Hear the latest national developments in criminal justice.

Click here for the full agenda.

For more information or to book your place please visit the Clinks website.

December 5th, 2017 9:30 AM   to   12:30 PM
United Kingdom

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