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1 Play this video by Andrew Selous MPAndrew Selous MP
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Justice
Ministerial Address to Convention
2 Play this video by Opening Introduction Day 1Opening Introduction Day 1
Bob Reitemeier CBE, Board Member, Youth Justice Board
Jeremiah Emmanuel, One Big Community and Youth Champion

3 Play this video by Panel discussion 1 – The Future Structure of the Community Youth Justice SystemPanel discussion 1 – The Future Structure of the Community Youth Justice System
Paul Candler, Deputy Director – Youth Justice Policy Unit, Ministry of Justice
Olivia Pinkney, National Policing Lead for Children and Young People
Gareth Jones, Chair, Association of YOT Managers
Nick Jarman, Director of Social Services, Health and Housing, Neath Port Talbot Council
Alison Williams, Director of Youth Support Services, Gloucestershire YOS


4 Play this video by Lord BradleyLord Bradley
Author of the Bradley Report
The Bradley Report five years on: An independent review of progress to date and priorities for further development
5 Play this video by A holistic approach to managing the needs of young people in custodyA holistic approach to managing the needs of young people in custody
An interactive workshop lad by YOI Managers Susan Arthur, Steven Byrne and Mairi-Anne MacLeod who will be joined by one of their learners

6 Play this video by If young people designed the Youth Justice System...If young people designed the Youth Justice System...
A session led by Kinetic Youth and young people in which they explore and identify what the Youth Justice System would like if it were designed by young people.

7 Play this video by Youth justice delivery in a changing public sectorYouth justice delivery in a changing public sector
Nick Wilkinson, Lead Manager - Youth Offending, Kent County Council
Ronke Martins-Taylor, Chief Services to Young People Officer, Redbridge Council
Gareth Jones, Chair, Association of YOT Managers
Paul Candler, Deputy Director – Youth Justice Policy Unit, Ministry of Justice


8 Play this video by A change of PACE: The treatment of young people in police custodyA change of PACE: The treatment of young people in police custody
Acting Inspector Carolyn Kendall, Sussex Police
Chris Bath, Chief Executive, National Appropriate Adult Network
Shauneen Lambe, Chief Executive & Founder, Just for Kids Law
Andy Dempsey, Director of Children and Young People's Services, St Helens Council


9 Play this video by Working With Complex Needs Psychological And Therapeutic Interventions In The Youth Justice SystemWorking With Complex Needs Psychological And Therapeutic Interventions In The Youth Justice System
Jonny Matthew, YJB Cymru
Ariane Hanman & Alisa Purton
NOMS Young People's Group, National Offender Management Service
Iwan Davies, Carmarthenshire YOT


10 Play this video by  	  Panel discussion 2 – The future of inspections in the youth justice system Panel discussion 2 – The future of inspections in the youth justice system
Julie Fox, HM Assistant Chief Inspector of Probation
Nick Hardwick, HM Chief Inspector of Prisons
Matthew Brazier, National Lead (Looked After Children, Secure Estate and Youth Offending)


11 Play this video by Lin HinniganLin Hinnigan
Chief Executive, Youth Justice Board
Plenary Address
12 Play this video by Closing Remarks (Day 1)Closing Remarks (Day 1)
Bob Reitemeier CBE, Board Member, Youth Justice Board
Jeremiah Emmanuel, One Big Community and Youth Champion


13 Play this video by Introduction Day 2Introduction Day 2
Bob Reitemeier CBE, Board Member, Youth Justice Board
Jeremiah Emmanuel, One Big Community and Youth Champion


14 Play this video by Dan JarvisDan Jarvis
Shadow Minister for Youth Justice
Plenary Address to Convention
15 Play this video by Reforming the youth courts? The impact of the Carlile reportReforming the youth courts? The impact of the Carlile report
Ali Wigzell, Research Fellow, Institute for Criminal Policy Research
Kathryn Harrison JP, Chair of Youth Courts Committee, Magistrates' Association


16 Play this video by Reducing reoffending: findings from year one local action planningReducing reoffending: findings from year one local action planning
Betty McDonald, Tri-borough Youth Offending Service
Chris Hatton, Information Manager, Tri-borough Youth Offending Service
Mick Coleman, YOT Manager, Bolton Council
Stephen Wood YOT Manager, Gwynedd and Ynys Mon


17 Play this video by Letting children be children? Understanding the new anti-social behaviour legislationLetting children be children? Understanding the new anti-social behaviour legislation
Olivia Pinkney, National Policing Lead for Children and Young People
Jeremiah Emmanuel, One Big Community and Youth champion
Peter Castleton, ASB Lead, Brighton and Hove City Council


18 Play this video by Positive action: A case study in working in partnership to counteract disadvantagePositive action: A case study in working in partnership to counteract disadvantage
Alex Raikes MBE, Interim Director, Stand Against Racism and Inequality (SARI)
Justine Leyland, Bristol YOT


19 Play this video by  Protecting the public: The MAPPA four pillars model Protecting the public: The MAPPA four pillars model
Hazel Kemshall, Professor of Community and Criminal Justice, De Montfort University
DCI Duncan Sheppard, Police national lead for MAPPA, National Offender Management Service


20 Play this video by Trauma PTSD And Offending Behaviour Cause Or EffectTrauma PTSD And Offending Behaviour Cause Or Effect
Mpume Mpofu, Programme Lead - ICoN Programme, Youth Action on Psych Trauma
Sue Walker, Senior Development Adviser, Youth Justice Board


21 Play this video by Panel discussion 3 – Resettlement: A shared responsibilityPanel discussion 3 – Resettlement: A shared responsibility
Yvonne Thomas, Managing Director - Justice, Interserve
Heather Temple-Williams, Senior Policy Manager - Directorate for Social Services and Children, Welsh Government
Mary McLaughlin, Head of Service, Manchester City Council
Lin Hinnigan, Chief Executive, Youth Justice Board
Paul Foweather, Deputy Director - Custody and Young People, NOMS


22 Play this video by Jeremiah Emmanuel introduces Lord McNallyJeremiah Emmanuel introduces Lord McNally
One Big Community and Youth Champion

23 Play this video by Recognising ExcellenceRecognising Excellence
YJB Youth Justice Evidence Awards
Art exhibition winner
The John Hawkins Award, presented by The Association of YOT Managers


24 Play this video by Closing RemarksClosing Remarks
Bob Reitemeier CBE, Board Member, Youth Justice Board
Jeremiah Emmanuel, One Big Community and Youth Champion


25 Play this video by Rt Hon Lord McNallyRt Hon Lord McNally
Chair, Youth Justice Board
Summary Address
26 Play this video by Vox Pops InterviewsVox Pops Interviews
Filmed by the official YJC Youth Camera Crew on Day 1

27 Play this video by Vox Pops InterviewVox Pops Interview
Filmed by the official YJC Youth Camera Crew on Day2


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Agenda

Day 1 (Tuesday 18th November)


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Time

Session

09:00

Registration & Exhibition 

10:45

Introduction from Convention chairs

  • Bob Reitemeier CBE, Board Member, Youth Justice Board (confirmed)
  • Jeremiah Emmanuel, One Big Community and Youth Champion (confirmed)

10:55

Ministerial Address to Convention

  • Andrew Selous MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Justice (confirmed)

11:25

Panel discussion 1 – The Future Structure of the Community Youth Justice System

  • Paul Candler, Deputy Director – Youth Justice Policy Unit, Ministry of Justice (confirmed)
  • Olivia Pinkney, National Policing Lead for Children and Young People (confirmed)
  • Gareth Jones, Chair, Association of YOT Managers (confirmed)
  • Nick Jarman, Director of Social Services, Health and Housing, Neath Port Talbot Council (confirmed)
  • Alison Williams, Director of Youth Support Services, Gloucestershire YOS (confirmed)

12:00

Time for Change? The Future of Youth Proceedings

  • Lord Bradley, Author of the Bradley Report, a review of people with mental health problems or learning disabilities in the criminal justice system (confirmed)

12:15

Seminar Sessions A

7 seminar sessions run concurrently

1. Assessing young people in youth justice: The AssetPlus framework

Beckbury 1&2

  • Kerry Baker, Senior lecturer in Criminology, London South bank University (confirmed)
  • Ian Menary, HM Inspector, HM Inspectorate of Probation (confirmed)
  • Claire Moser, Policy Officer, Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (confirmed)

2. The influence of social media on engaging with young people (including keeping young people safe online)

Pattingham 1

  • Claire Lilley, Head of Online Safety, NSPCC (confirmed)
  • Luke Newbold, Creative Producer, Digital Disruption (confirmed)
  • Craig Pinkney, Real Action UK (confirmed)

3. If young people designed the Youth Justice system...

Wenlock 1&2

  • A session led by Kinetic Youth and young people in which they explore and identify what the Youth Justice System would like if it were designed by young people.

4. Better than cure? The changing youth crime prevention landscape

Beckbury 3&4

  • Charlie Spencer, Divisional Manager Targeted Youth Support, Sandwell YOS (confirmed)
  • Stephanie Waddell, Implementation Adviser, Early Intervention Foundation (confirmed)
  • PC Mark Walsh, Criminal Justice department, Hampshire Constabulary (confirmed)

5. Youth justice delivery in a changing public sector

Coalport Suite

  • Nick Wilkinson, Lead Manager - Youth Offending, Kent County Council (confirmed)
  • Ronke Martins-Taylor, Chief Services to Young People Officer, Redbridge Council (confirmed)
  • Gareth Jones, Chair, Association of YOT Managers (confirmed)
  • Paul Candler, Deputy Director – Youth Justice Policy Unit, Ministry of Justice (confirmed)

6. Resettlement: Problem-solving the issue of accommodation

Wenlock 3&4

  • Alaina Tolhurst, Resettlement Project Manager, Youth Juatice Board (confirmed)
  • Ben Archer, Senior Effective Practice Manager, Youth Justice Board (confirmed)

7. A holistic approach to managing the needs of young people in custody

Ironbridge Suite

An interactive workshop lad by YOI Managers Susan Arthur, Steven Byrne and Mairi-Anne MacLeod who will be joined by one of their learners.  This workshop will showcase the partnerships and activities that support young people’s journeys up to release and beyond.

The workshop will include;

• An introduction to the Young People’s Estate
• An interactive workshop
• A presentation from the YOI Managers
• A young person’s story including question and answer
• A round-up – How education is central to partnership working

Session led by Manchester College

13:30

Lunch, exhibition and networking

13:30 - 14:10

Fringe event

"Can we start to break the cycle of offending through enterprise and employability based targeted support?"

Pattingham 2 - lunch provided

  • How can young people known in or at risk of entering the criminal justice system be supported to use their entrepreneurialism to learn and try out enterprise as a exit plan and progression route?
  • Can enterprise based youth work or targeted support help young people progress into education, employment, self-employment and/or training?
  • Discussion of a Barclays funded project in A West Midlands YOT which is being piloted to achieve this?

Speaker: Amar Lodhia, CEO, TSBC CIC & TSBC

14:30

Seminar Sessions B

7 seminar sessions run concurrently

8. Assessing young people in youth justice: The AssetPlus framework

Beckbury 3&4

  • Kerry Baker, Senior lecturer in Criminology, London South bank University (confirmed)
  • Ian Menary, HM Inspector, HM Inspectorate of Probation (confirmed)
  • Claire Moser, Policy Officer, Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (invited)

9. Using an arts-based restorative prevention and intervention programme in youth justice 

Wenlock 3&4

  • Graham Doubleday, RJ Lead and 6 young people from Wigan YOT (confirmed)
  • Hannah Russell and Rebecca Friel, Odd Arts (confirmed)
  • Lesley Parkinson, Programme Manager, Restorative Thinking (confirmed)

10. If young people designed the Youth Justice System...

Pattingham 1

  • A session led by Kinetic Youth and young people in which they explore and identify what the Youth Justice System would like if it were designed by young people.

11. Back to the future: Transforming rehabilitation and youth justice

Beckbury 3&4

  • Stephen Wood, YOT Manager, Gwynedd and Ynys Mon YOT (confirmed)
  • Shelley Nicholls, Head of YOS, Nottingham City Council (confirmed)
  • Jim Barton, National Probation Service (confirmed)

12. A change of PACE: The treatment of young people in police custody

Wenlock 1&2

  • Acting Inspector Carolyn Kendall, Sussex Police (confirmed)
  • Chris Bath, Chief Executive, National Appropriate Adult Network (confirmed)
  • Shauneen Lambe, Chief Executive & Founder, Just for Kids Law (confirmed)
  • Andy Dempsey, Director of Children and Young People's Services, St Helens Council (confirmed)

13. Working with complex needs: Psychological and therapeutic interventions in the youth justice system

Coalport Suite

  • Jonny Matthew, YJB Cymru (confirmed)
  • Ariane Hanman & Alisa Purton, NOMS Young People's Group, National Offender Management Service (confirmed)
  • Iwan Davies, Carmarthenshire YOT (confirmed)

14. Resettlement of girls and young women: Providing a gender-sensitive approach (Sponsored session led by Beyond Youth Custody)

Pattingham 2

  • Professor Neal Hazel, Professor of Crimonology & Director of Centre for Social Research, University of Salford (confirmed)
  • Tim Bateman, Reader in Youth Justice, University of Bedfordshire (confirmed)

15:45

Refreshment, exhibition and networking

16:15

Panel discussion 2 – The future of inspections in the youth justice system

  • Julie Fox, HM Assistant Chief Inspector of Probation (confirmed)
  • Nick Hardwick, HM Chief Inspector of Prisons (confirmed)
  • Matthew Brazier, National Lead (Looked After Children, Secure Estate and Youth Offending) (confirmed)

17:00

Plenary Address 

  • Lin Hinnigan, Chief Executive, Youth Justice Board (confirmed)

17:15

Convention close

* All presentations are being recorded and will be made available in our Video on Demand Archive shortly after the event

17:30 - 19:00

Evening Fringe events - tbc

Day 2 (Wednesday 19th November)


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Time

Session

09:15

Introduction by the Convention co-chairs

09:25

Plenary Address to Convention 

  • Dan Jarvis MP, Shadow Minister for Youth Justice (confirmed)

09:45

Terriers 

Terriers is a hard hitting play written by Liverpool writer, Maurice Bessman,  that explores the issues faced by young people and communities around drugs, peer pressure, sexual exploitation and gun and gang culture. Since 2008 the play has toured to schools, Prisons, community centres, PRU’s and YOI’s across Liverpool and Merseyside and, more recently, to London engaging over 50,000 young people in 5 schools. In November 2014, the play will tour for one week in Croydon.

Terriers offers a strong message about real life situations that young people can relate to and offers them an opportunity to think about key life decisions. The play is a model for best practice for delivering cross-sector initiatives and objectives and in showing how public sector agencies can work with the voluntary and arts sectors to address problems around key youth justice issues.

 

10:15

Young People - making the convention a success

  • A video presentation prepared by the young people involved in the organisation of the 2014 Youth Justice Convention

10:30

Seminar Sessions C

6 seminar sessions run concurrently

15. Trafficked young people and the issue of age determination

Pattingham 1

  • Teresa Uwings, Cookham Wood YOI (confirmed)
  • Claire Dhami, Strategic Lead - Targeted Youth Support and Youth Justice Services, Walsall Council (confirmed)
  • Kamena Dorling, Policy and Programmes Manager - Migrant Children's Project, Coram Children’s Legal Centre (confirmed)

16. Developing our evidence in partnership: Collaborations between universities and youth justice services

Beckbury 3&4

  • Dr Hannah Smithson, Manchester Centre for Youth Justice Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University (confirmed)
  • Steph Bolshaw, Director of Targeted Services and Paul Axon, Deputy Head of Service, Positive Steps (confirmed)
  • Louise Moore, Head of Research, Youth Justice Board (confirmed)

17. Reforming the youth courts? The impact of the Carlile report

Coalport Suite

  • Ali Wigzell, Research Fellow, Institute for Criminal Policy Research (confirmed)
  • Kathryn Harrison JP, Chair of Youth Courts Committee, Magistrates' Association (confirmed)

18. Reducing reoffending: findings from year one local action planning

Ironbridge Suite

  • Betty McDonald, Tri-borough Youth Offending Service (confirmed)
  • Chris Hatton, Information Manager, Tri-borough Youth Offending Service (confirmed)
  • Mick Coleman, YOT Manager, Bolton Council (confirmed)
  • Stephen Wood YOT Manager, Gwynedd and Ynys Mon (confirmed)

19. Letting children be children? Understanding the new anti-social behaviour legislation

Wenlock 1&2

  • Olivia Pinkney, National Policing Lead for Children and Young People (confirmed)
  • Jeremiah Emmanuel, One Big Community and Youth champion (invited)
  • Peter Castleton, ASB Lead, Brighton and Hove City Council (invited)

20. The pathways to resttlement: sharing effective practice

Pattingham 2

  • Shikha Kahsyap-Davies, Outreach Manager, The Prince’s Trust (confirmed)
  • Tracey Kinsey, Southern wales Resettlement Broker/Coordinator, Llamau (confirmed)
  • Julia Pennington, Operations Manager – Offender Services, and Gary Valentine, Salford Foundation (confirmed)
  • Kim Davis, Family and Young People Services Manager and Audrey Johnson, Head of YOS, Royal Borough of Greenwich (confirmed)
  • Mary O'Shaughnessy, Amey (confirmed)
  • Bill Evans and Mike Stephenson, Department for Work and Pensions (confirmed)
     

11:45

Refreshments, exhibition and networking

12:15

Seminar Sessions D

6 seminar sessions run concurrently

21. Positive action: A case study in working in partnership to counteract disadvantage

Wenlock 1&2

  • Alex Raikes MBE, Interim Director, Stand Against Racism and Inequality (SARI) (confirmed)
  • Justine Leyland, Bristol YOT (confirmed)

22. Youth justice delivery in a changing public sector 

Beckbury 1&2

  • Nick Wilkinson, Lead Manager - Youth Offending, Kent County Council (confirmed)
  • Ronke Martins-Taylor, Chief Services to Young People Officer, Redbridge Council (confirmed)
  • Gareth Jones, Chair, Association of YOT Managers (confirmed)

23. Protecting the public: The MAPPA ‘four pillars’ model

Ironbridge Suite

  • Hazel Kemshall, Professor of Community and Criminal Justice, De Montfort University (confirmed)
  • DCI Duncan Sheppard, Police national lead for MAPPA, National Offender Management Service (confirmed)

24. Working with complex needs: Psychological and therapeutic interventions in the youth justice system

Pattingham 1

  • Jonny Matthew, YJB Cymru (confirmed)
  • Ariane Hanman & Alison Purton, NOMS Young People's Group, NAtional Offender Management Service (confirmed)
  • Chris Clarke, Operations Manager - Youth Justice, Flintshire YOT (confirmed)

25. Building effective health partnerships in the community (England only)

Pattingham 2

  • Lesley Tregear, Family Intervention Service Manager, Warwickshire Youth Justice Service(confirmed)
  • David Webb, Dorset YOT (confirmed)
  • Sam Cox, Programme Manager - Criminal Justice team, Public Health England (confirmed)
  • John Beckles, Children's Commissioner, Wandsworth CCG (confirmed)

26. Trauma, PTSD, and offending behaviour - cause or effect? (with  examples drawn from Birmingham YOS ISSP pilot)

Coalport Suite

  • Mpume Mpofu, Programme Lead - ICoN Programme, Youth Action on Psych Trauma (confirmed)
  • Sue Walker, Senior Development Adviser, Youth Justice Board (confirmed)

13:30

Lunch, exhibition and networking

Panel discussion 3 – Resettlement: A shared responsibility

  • Yvonne Thomas, Managing Director - Justice, Interserve (confirmed)
  • Heather Temple-Williams, Senior Policy Manager - Directorate for Social Services and Children, Welsh Government (confirmed)
  • Mary McLaughlin, Head of Service, Manchester City Council (confirmed)
  • Lin Hinnigan, Chief Executive, Youth Justice Board (confirmed)
  • Paul Foweather, Deputy Director - Custody and Young People, NOMS (confirmed)

15:00

Summary Address

  • Rt Hon Lord McNally, Chair, Youth Justice Board (confirmed)

 

15:15

Recognising Excellence

  • YJB Youth Justice Evidence AwardsArt exhibition winner
  • The Association of YOT Managers will announce the winner of the John Hawkins Award, which recognises 'innovative and creative' approaches to youth justice. The award was set up in memory of John, who was the Head of East Sussex YOT and Treasurer of the AYM for over ten years before his untimely death in June 2011

15:30

 Closing Keynote speaker

  • Camila Batmanghelidjh CBE, Founder and Director, Kids Company (confirmed)

16:00

Closing remarks from convention chairs

 

Please note that all speakers and the agenda are subject to change without notice.

* All presentations are being recorded and will be made available in our Video on Demand Archive shortly after the event

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  • Interaction with speakers at the cutting-edge of public policy development
  • Face-to-face contact with peers, providing invaluable networking opportunities
  • Reports of latest best-practice developments in your sector
  • Engaging Q&A debates, enabling you to cut through prepared speeches
  • The opportunity to promote your organisation’s work to government representatives

To scroll through our events calendar, read interviews with policymakers or view details of the free Westminster Briefing membership package, please visit our website. 

Headline Sponsors

The Manchester College Group

The Manchester College Group is a large scale social enterprise which has learning, skills, development and transitional services at the heart of its mission. We deliver a comprehensive package of services for Young People in custody and the community enabling progression into education, training and employment, reducing reoffending.

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Exhibitor

Aspire Business Solutions

Aspire Business Solutions are proud to announce the launch of Aspire YJ, their Youth Justice module. We are an experienced supplier of quality web based Caseload Management Systems to the Integrated Youth Support sector and now bring this wealth of experience to Youth Justice. Learn more in the exhibition hall.

Barnardo's

Barnardo’s provides an independent, confidential advocacy service to young people held in juvenile YOIs and STCs across England and Wales, and one Secure Children’s Home. Advocates empower and assist young people in resolving issues relating to their welfare, care and treatment whilst detained and in preparation for their release.

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Beyond Youth Custody

Beyond Youth Custody is a national programme which examines and promotes best practice in the resettlement of young people and young adults leaving custody. It is being delivered by a partnership of Nacro, ARCS (UK) Ltd, the University of Salford and the University of Bedfordshire.

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CACI

CACI is an experienced supplier of innovative IT Solutions for children’s services spanning early years, education, social care, troubled families  and youth.

ChildView brings all of the above together, supporting early help, prevention and specialist services from a single database and single case record. This approach provides a complete view of a child and family, sharing core data, practice and contextual information securely and appropriately across multi professional services.

Capita One

We help transform the lives of young people and families. That’s why Capita One is the partner of choice for 120 local authorities, delivering solutions that help support early intervention and prevention.

Consolidating information from multi-agency teams into a single record, One Youth Justice helps you deliver more intelligent based interventions. Alongside a full case management tool, Capita One can provide profiling, predictive modelling and monitoring tools so that you can help reduce the risk of offending and re-offending.

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CareerVision

CareerVision is an innovative and market leading Information and Case Management Solutions Company.  With a strong reputation as industry specialists, we provide software and support services to organisations that deliver services to children and young people.  Core+ IYSS Youth Justice for youth offending, prevention and restorative justice services is the latest addition to our Core+ IYSS integrated suite of products. 

Careworks

Careworks is an international company which delivers software solutions to help youth offending organisations serve, engage and enable young people, families and victims in need. Our vision puts young people at the centre of everything and gives you the tools to engage them in the planning and delivery of their supervision and support.

Dogs Trust

Dogs Trust, UK’s largest dog welfare charity, invests time and resources into promoting responsible dog ownership. As part of this, we provide an education and training programme aimed at young offenders, a key target audience for our messages.

Provided free of charge, our project fosters responsible attitude to other living beings (dogs, people), encourages positive personal development and provides youths with chances to gain a range of key skills relevant to life in the community.

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G4S Care & Justice Services

G4S Care & Justice Services (UK) is a pioneering provider of critical services and employs over 6,000 people to deliver a wide range of services to central and local government and their agencies; regulatory bodies and the private sector.
Its range of services includes: adult and youth custody, rehabilitation and resettlement; children's services; court services; inter-prison transportation and electronic monitoring.

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Glebe House

Glebe House offers an emotionally secure and monitored environment which supports adolescent boys who are a risk emotionally and physically to themselves, to children, to their families and to the wider community.  We offer a specialist residential treatment service working with adolescent males who have displayed harmful sexual behaviour.  Our provision offers a programme between two and three years depending on the individual’s needs.  Our programme integrates psychoanalytic, person-centred and cognitive-behavioural approaches.  These approaches are embedded in a therapeutic community model based on Rapoport’s four cornerstones of Democracy, Communalism, Reality Confrontation and Permissiveness.

Hampshire Youth Offending Team

We offer a wide range of specialised youth justice training opportunities which can be accessed within Hampshire or delivered in other areas according to demand.  The training, aimed at both new and experienced staff, is knowledge and skills based, regularly updated and delivered by suitably qualified and experienced tutors

Impact Resources

Impact Resources incorporate life sentence prisoners’ input into film and exercise programmes. They are the most hard hitting, engaging and credible resources available. Used by half of youth justice organisations nationally within two years of launch...they speak for themselves. 

Kinetic Youth

Kinetic Youth is a youth work organisation specializing in delivering youth work within youth justice; we are a not-for-profit social enterprise. Our main activity involves providing youth work services to young people in the secure juvenile estate and through into their resettlement, enabling and supporting them to access services available to support their engagement into a more positive lifestyle and constructive future.

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Mobile Team Challenge

Chosen by over 40 HMP and YOI establishments and over 100 Local Authorities in Youth Development Activities, Mobile Team Challenge equipment is demonstrating proven results of reductions in Re-Offending and significant progress in behavioural and attitudinal change of offenders.

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NSPCC

NSPCC works to protect children and prevent abuse. We work with families directly through local services, run the NSPCC Helpline and ChildLine, and provide training/support to those working with children. We campaign to change policy and raise awareness. Visit our stand to learn about the evaluation of our services.

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Open Awards

At Open Awards, we believe passionately that education is important for everyone. We create QCF accredited qualifications in subjects from horticulture to vessel engineering to mathematics.

Our qualifications are flexible enough to be delivered in diverse settings, from small providers to large colleges and universities.

We believe in assessment systems, which allow learners to produce evidence within a robust quality assurance framework— without having to jump through unnecessary hoops.

If you’d like to find out more about Open Awards qualifications, you can visit our website at www.openawards.org.uk

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Rapid English

The Rapid English Project is designed to narrow the literacy gap quickly for young people who are not engaging with ETE. A combination of interactive software and specialist training allows front line staff to re-engage young offenders who are aggressively anti-education. The intervention transforms young people’s confidence and makes access to ETE a genuine possibility.
 
An evaluation of the project by Reading YOT (available in the YJB's Effective Practice Library) showed a reduction in NEET figures of 65% over 4 years by building in 5-7 hours of Rapid English intervention per young person.

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Restorative Justice Council

The Restorative Justice Council (RJC) is the independent third sector membership body for the field of restorative practice. It provides quality assurance and a national voice advocating the widespread use of all forms of restorative practice, including restorative justice. The RJC’s vision is of a restorative society where everyone has access to safe, high quality restorative practice wherever and whenever it is needed. 

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RSPCA Education

RSPCA Education aims to support practitioners so that they develop informed, responsible and active citizens who are able to contribute to a compassionate society that recognises and responds positively to the welfare needs of animals.

Our key resource is Breaking the Chain, a free on-line interactive, that addresses the issues of animal cruelty looking at: the role of animals in society - their basic needs and empathy skills - the nature of cruelty and its triggers - and how to make a positive contribution.
 

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St Andrew's

Established over 175 years ago St Andrew’s is the UK’s leading mental healthcare charity. Our specialist services include mental health, learning disability, autism and brain injury. With services in Northampton, Essex, Telford and Nottinghamshire St Andrew's is by far the largest provider of NHS care in the charity sector.

TSBC

TSBC supports those furthest removed from the labour market to ‘make a job‘ or ‘find a job‘ usually in a small business. Through local satellite services and inspirational customised self-employment programmes we help recovering drug addicts coming out of treatment from an addiction, ex-offenders, young unemployed people to survive independently in a global economy  

TSBC works in partnership with Local Authorities across the UK, police and crime commissioners with the support of our corporate partners and funders to maximise employment and self employment opportunities for people with the highest barriers to employment. Our work equips people with life, enterprise and business skills to be able to reintegrate back into society.

The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists

The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists is the professional body for 16,000 speech and language therapists in the UK, providing leadership and setting professional standards. We raise awareness of the communication needs of youth offenders and offer a communication training programme, The Box, to help workers in the justice sector achieve better outcomes when working with people who have communication issues.

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Sova

Sova support children and young people ensuring someone is ‘there for them’ when they in trouble to help them steer clear of crime and make better choices.


Sova works with youth offending teams using Intensive Volunteer & Staff Mentoring support to improve their attainment of ETE and positive futures.
 

Tribal

We have over 20 years’ experience developing, supplying and supporting software solutions for safeguarding children, early intervention and child wellbeing.

Synergy Youth Offending provides a complete case management system including assessment, review and monitoring, combined with our powerful reporting tools. Synergy Youth Offending can be used standalone or added to your current Synergy system.

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Unitas

Unitas is a national charity that seeks to transform learning through the arts and technology. Please come to our stand to hear more about our:

• workforce development, including the Youth Justice Effective Practice Certificate

• Arts Partnerships which enable young people to achieve Arts Awards

Viewpoint

Viewpoint - Managers and practitioners in local youth justice and targeted youth services continue to look for more effective ways of engaging with children and young people to:
• Increase meaningful participation of and communication with young people they work with
• Assess their individual needs and plan interventions
• Provide evidence of the impact of services on outcomes, and
• Inform Youth Justice inspection [HMI Probation's eSurvey process] and other service audit processes
Viewpoint works with YOSs in England and Wales to give them a direct line to young people's views and attitudes by employing online, interactive technology [ACASI] which is engaging and accessible for even the most difficult to reach young people.
The Viewpoint software includes reporting technology, providing real-time, online reports for practitioners, e.g. What Do You Think? It also gives managers the ability to access a range of customised reports for monitoring and reporting on your service.

YCTCS ltd

YCTCS ltd - systemic development for YOTs and children's services. Our YOT services frequently focus on risk of harm and safeguarding related to inspection readiness or recovery. We have provided youth justice procedures since 1995. We also specialise in management development including working to resolve service dynamics that impede performance.

Youth Empowerment Services +

Youth Empowerment Services + delivers unique interventions to young people at risk of offending/re-offending. All interventions are delivered by a team of fully trained and experienced ex-offenders. The charity also supports the rehabilitation and resettlement of adult ex-offenders by giving training and employment.

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