Current Exhibitors
Speaker Contributors:

Criminal Justice Reform

Preventing crime and reducing reoffending are top priorities when it comes to transforming criminal justice. The recent Queen’s speech focusing on a prison shake-up has coincided with the release of the Dame Sally Coates’ Review, which seeks to reduce reoffending to cut the annual £11bn cost to the taxpayer. Therefore a challenge has been set for the Criminal Justice System in the UK to reform, modernise and bring itself firmly into the 21st Century.

So how will these reforms and funding affect policing, courts, prisons, probation, rehabilitation, prisoner health and prisoner education professionals and those who seek to reduce reoffending? Join us at the Criminal Justice Management 2016 conference to find out.

Conference Agenda

Policy behind the conference:

Dame Sally Coates Review of Education in Prisons

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Prison Reform announced in the Queen’s Speech

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Review of the Youth Justice System

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Confirmed Speakers

Rt Hon. Lord McNally
Youth Justice Board
Peter Clarke
HM Chief Inspector of Prisons
Christina Marriott
Chief Executive
Revolving Doors Agency
Nino Maddalena
Criminal Justice Manager, Alcohol and Drugs
Public Health England
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The conference was well organised, extremely interesting speakers and am glad I spent the time attending, it provided me a lot of insights into what is changing in HMCTS and the vision for the way forward in digitalisation.

Policy Advisor

Ministry of Justice

An excellent conference providing the opportunity to listen to and debate with some of the leading players in the field of Criminal Justice.

Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner

West Mercia Police

It brings together many different disciplines from the whole criminal justice arena and is an opportunity that fellow professionals should seek to exploit

Deputy PCC

Essex Police and Crime Commissioners Office

I found the conference to be very informative with presentations and seminars from key people who are in or influence criminal justice management, highly recommended for practitioners and those involved with offenders.

Anti-Social Behaviour Manager

Hackney Homes


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