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2017 Agenda

Criminal Justice Management Conference:

September 19, 2017
  • 09:10
    Chair’s opening remarks
    The Lord Ramsbotham GCB, CBE, Co-Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group for Penal Affairs and All-Party Parliamentary Group for Learning & Skills in the Criminal Justice System (Confirmed)
  • 09:20
    Opening Keynote: Transforming Prisons to Secure Places of Reform to Stop the Vicious Cycle of Reoffending
    Rt Hon David Lidington MP, Secretary of State for Justice , House of Commons (Invited)
    • Creating calm and ordered environments for effective rehabilitation
    • Increasing collaboration between Probation, Jobcentres, housing, health and drug services, local businesses and charities to provide innovative schemes and initiatives to prepare prisoners for life after release
    • Giving offenders the help they need to combat drug addiction, and the education, training and support to help them find employment when they leave prison
    • Hiring more staff and providing the capacity for them to give more time to directly supervise offenders, through one-to-one support from a key worker
  • 09:40
    Increasing Efficiency, Collaboration and Public Confidence
    Philip Rutnam, Permanent Secretary, Home Office (Invited)
    • Examining the reforms in the Policing and Crime Act 2017 to build capability, drive efficiency, increase public confidence and improve local accountability
    • Enhancing closer collaboration between police, fire and rescue, ambulance and emergency services
    • Improving public confidence through the reform of the police complaints system
    • Ensuring police have the necessary powers to prevent and detect crime
    • Increasing public protection by closing loopholes in licensing, firearms and alcohol that can be exploited by criminals and terrorists
    • Reducing offending and increasing local public safety by giving chief officers increased powers to make effective use of police staff
  • 10:00
    Headline Sponsor
  • 10:20
    Refreshments, Networking and Exhibition
  • 11:00
    Embedding a Practical, Useful Video Solution to Deliver a Transformed Modern Justice Experience for Criminal Justice Users
    Katy Bourne, Police & Crime Commissioner, Sussex (Confirmed)
    • An overview of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner’s project to deliver a video solution across London and the South East
    • Highlighting the benefits of delivering the solution in a united, partnership approach from the perspective of a LCJB chair
    • Accurate academic evaluation and analysis of the benefits
  • 11:15
    Court and Tribunal Reform: How Will the Criminal Justice System be Changed?
    Susan Acland Hood, Chief Executive, HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) (Confirmed)
    • Making the justice system more efficient and effective for modern users, with a £700 million investment
    • Driving forwards the digitisation of the courts process; management of digital evidence
    • Reviewing the impact of fully virtual court hearings, increased efficiency not just for the courts, but all criminal justice partners (probation, prisons and the police)
    • Enabling automatic online convictions and simplifying the process of case management for routine and least serious cases
    • Witness and victim protection: Using “live link” to protect the most vulnerable in society
  • 11:30
    Key Supporter Session
  • 11:45
    Panel discussion: Preparing for Life after Prison – Reducing Reoffending through Education and Collaboration
    Dame Sally Coates DBE, Author of 'The Coates Review' and National Director, United Learning (Confirmed)
    LJ Flanders, Former Inmate of HMP Pentonville and Author, ‘The Cell Workout’ (Confirmed)
    Nina Champion, Head of Policy, Prisoners’ Education Trust (Confirmed)
    • Reducing the number of prisoners reconvicted within a year of release; cutting the estimated £15bn costs of reoffending each year
    • Putting education at the heart of prisons to unlock potential and reduce reoffending
    • Meeting the 2020 target for all prisoners to be taught Maths and English to help find work after release
    • Prisons working collaboratively with Employment, Education, Training and Skills providers
    • Making greater and better use digital technology to help with ICT and digital skills
    • Empowering Governors with full budget control and freedom to ensure prisoners receive the very best personalised education and health services
    • Accountability and responsibility: Introducing league tables and performance standards
  • 12:05
    Questions & Answers
  • 12:20
    Seminar 1
  • 13:20
    Lunch, Networking and Exhibition
  • 14:20
    Seminar 2
  • 15:20
    Refreshments, Networking and Exhibition
  • 16:00
    Afternoon Keynote:Examining the Role of Probation Services in the Rehabilitation Journey after Release
    Dame Glenys Stacey DBE, HM Chief Inspector Probation, HM Inspectorate of Probation (HMIP) (Confirmed)
    • Creating the National Probation Service (NPS) to manage high-risk offenders
    • Implementing the supervision of low- and medium-risk offenders by Community Rehabilitation Centres (CRCs), operated by private- and voluntary-sector providers
    • Enforcing statutory probation for offenders who have served sentences of 12 months or fewer
    • Involving Community Rehabilitation Centres in the 'Through the Gate' resettlement services
  • 16:15
    Case Study: Overhauling Prisons and Building Britain’s Super Prisons
    Russ Trent, Governor, HMP Berwyn (Invited)
    • Delivering reform of offenders and cutting crime through the creation of flagship super prisons and modernised estates
    • Effective rehabilitation whilst ensuring safety and security for all through Governor managed healthcare, education and employment opportunities
    • Harnessing technology to ensure safety for staff and in-mates through security of the estate, in-cell technology, detection of smuggling, access management and surveillance
    • Managing the prison population in England and Wales and maximising the cost-benefit of the current justice reform
  • 16:30
    Delivering the NHS England ‘Care not custody, Care in custody, Care after custody’ Strategy
    Christine Kelly, Assistant Head of Health and Justice Commissioning, NHS England (Confirmed)
    • Developing a truly joined-up, cross-agency, cross-system approach to planning, commissioning and providing services
    • Delivering person-centred care that provides the right treatment and support to realise significant improvements in health outcomes
    • Ensuring continuation of care throughout an individual’s journey through the criminal justice system
    • Implementing a radical upgrade in early intervention; diverting people into care, not custody
    • Supporting rehabilitation and the move to a pathway of recovery to reduce reoffending rates
  • 16:45
    Questions and Answers
  • 17:00
    Chair’s Closing Remarks
    The Lord Ramsbotham GCB, CBE, Co-Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group for Penal Affairs and All-Party Parliamentary Group for Learning & Skills in the Criminal Justice System (Confirmed)

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