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A whole-system approach to Prevention, Rehabilitation & Reintegration

The Criminal Justice Management conference, taking place on 19th September 2018 at the QEII Centre - London, brings together senior leaders from police, courts, probation and justice who together have a joint responsibility to drive reforms forward and unlock potential across the criminal justice system.

What is Criminal Justice Management 2018?

The main event in the UK for professionals across the Criminal Justice system to hear about key policy updates, discuss innovative ways of tackling key challenges in the sector and form working relationships to find solutions through collaboration.

With statistics such as “76 of the 117 prisons in England and Wales were overcrowded at the end of May 2017” – it’s vital that we continue to modernise the UK’s justice system and explore news way of solving these kinds of issues.

There is no doubt that improved collaboration is the way forward and will help prevent future crimes, enable rehabilitation and facilitate reintegration. So make sure you have your say in shaping the future by securing your place to attend in September.

Conference Chair:

Jonathan Aitken

Jonathan Aitken is a former Member of Parliament, Cabinet Minister and Prisoner.

He is the author of 17 books including award-winning biographies of President Richard Nixon, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and Devotional titles such as Psalms for People Under Pressure ...

2018 Speakers

Linda Hindle
PHE Lead Allied Health Professional and National Engagement Lead for Public Health in Police, Fire and Ambulance Services
Public Health England (Confirmed)
Jane Leaman
Consultant in Public Health - Health and Justice Team
Public Health England (Confirmed)

2018 Sponsors


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

Overall excellent day very informative and a fun day to socialise with other professionals

CPN Criminal Justice Service, Black Country Partnership Foundation Trust

Overwhelming benefit gained through first hand direct contact with organisations and people

Service Manager Criminal Justice Liaison and Diversion and Street Triage, Dorset Healthcare

The conference was extremely well organised and informative. It will certainly aid my academic teaching.

Lecturer, UWTSD Swansea

QEII Centre

In the very heart of Westminster, The Queen Elizabeth II Centre is ideally located to take advantage of everything London has to offer.

Uniquely situated in the shadow of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye, the award-winning, purpose-built events venue is perfectly placed for you to experience London’s many cultural attractions.

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