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Seminar Presented by Unilink

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The Digital Prison – Challenges, Outcomes, Future

Discussing the Current Environment of Prisons and the Impact Digital Technology Can Have on Improving Prison Operations, Safety and Rehabilitation 

  • Improving digital access in prisons to provide the opportunity to make lasting effects on reducing reoffending rates by helping to maintain strong family relationships and building essential digital skills
  • Digitalising prison to improve safety and make opearations smoother and safer
  • Exploring the challenges and the lessons learnt of bringing cutting edge technology behind bars

Speaker: Robin Knowles, Founder and CEO, Digital Leaders

Speaker: Grahame Hawkings, Former Governor of HMP Isis

Speaker: Andy Wright, National Implementation Lead for Digital Incell / Prisoner Self Service  (formally Head of Reducing Reoffending at HMP Wayland)

Speaker:Dr Victoria Knight PhD MA BA (Hons), Senior Research Fellow for the Community and Criminal Justice Division, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, De Montfort University

 

Seminar Presented by Sound Training

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Examining how Literacy Training can Impact Offending Rates

  • Using Sound Training, a literacy training programme that can transform learner’s use of vocabulary in just a few hours
  • Examining how improving literacy levels can impact on confidence, self-efficacy and engagement in other education initiatives, as evidenced in the evaluation of Sound Training in 3 reform prisons during the autumn of 2016
  • Discussing strategies to encourage more engagement of learners

Speaker: Ian Blakeman, Director, Tees and Wear Reform Prisons

Speaker: Ellie Mulcahy, Research Associate, LKMCo

Speaker: Katy Parkinson, Founder Director, Sound Training

Speaker: Claire Preston, CEO, Sound Training

Seminar Presented by Egress

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With increased emphasis placed on the need to drive efficiency, free up resource and enhance service delivery through digital, the justice community is undergoing a far-reaching period of transformational change.

Digital file transfer and collaboration is seen as a crucial tactic in delivering a connected end-to-end justice system, but it also brings with it considerable risk to data security and disruption to business process if not managed in a coordinated and structured way.

 Delivering Digital Transformation whilst Ensuring the Security of Sensitive Data and Established Working Practices

  • Understanding the role and benefits of digital communication as part of connected, end-to-end justice system
  • Discussing the role technology can play in delivering secure, assured services to multiple stakeholders in the justice community
  • Envisioning how work processes can be preserved, and improved, in the face of transformational change
  • Learning how to implement digital communication in way that mitigates risk to sensitive information

Speaker: Tony Pepper, CEO, Egress Software Technologies

Seminar Presented by Intelligent Fingerprinting

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Fingerprint Drug Tests: A Revolutionary Approach to Drug Screening for the Criminal Justice System

  • Introducing fingerprint drug testing: simple and hygienic 5-second sample collection, with results in under 10 minutes
  • Reviewing practical use of the system in pilot trials with Coroners and drug rehabilitation services
  • Discussing potential Criminal Justice applications for the new test, including offender management, rehabilitation treatment and the police service

Speaker: Paul Yates, Business Development Director of Intelligent Fingerprinting

Speaker: Ian Arrow, Her Majesty’s Senior Coroner (Plymouth, Torbay & South Devon)

Seminar Presented by Novus

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Putting Policy into Practice: How Prison Education can Reduce Reoffending

  • Address the fragmentation of risk with better planning, support and efficiencies
  • Safeguarding quality through implementing a Governor-led framework, developing a core curriculum and providing flexible services that respond to prisoner needs
  • Looking beyond education at the destination of the learner
  • Measuring performance based on rehabilitation and reducing reoffending
  • Working with the prison and HMPPS colleagues to create a holistic approach to regime

Speaker: Mark Oldfield, Director of Justice Development, Novus

Speaker: Sally Garratt, Director of Operations, Novus

Speaker: Jacob Hill, Managing Director, Offploy

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