30 January 2013 – Capita’s National Reforming Probation Services Conference

This conference will look at the imminent reform and the wider strategic agenda for probation services from 2013 and beyond. A number of PCA leads will be speaking at the event; including Sue Hall, CE of West Yorkshire PT and PCA Chair, Sarah Payne, CE of Wales PT and PCA lead on estates, and John Bensted, CE of Gloucestershire PT and PCA lead on PCCs, and Tessa Webb, CE of Hertfordshire PT and PCA lead on localism.
PCA members are able to obtain a special discount for the event.

Capita’s National Reforming Probation Services Conference is being held on 30 January in Central London, and will look at the imminent reform and the wider strategic agenda for probation services from 2013 and beyond. Key themes to be addressed throughout the conference are:

  • Engaging with other sectors to reduce re-offending and ensuring effective sentencing
  • Ensuring high quality service provision for offenders and their communities
  • Developing a competitive market where value for money can be achieved
  • Exploring the future role of Police Crime Commissioners with probation services

A number of PCA leads will be speaking at the event; including
-Sue Hall, CE of West Yorkshire PT and PCA Chair
-Sarah Payne, CE of Wales PT and PCA lead on estates
-John Wiseman, CE of Dorset PT and PCA lead on competition, commissioning, standards  and performance
-John Bensted, CE of Gloucestershire PT and PCA lead on PCCs
-Tessa Webb, CE of Hertfordshire PT and PCA lead on localism

PCA members can get a discounted delegate rate at £225 excluding VAT.

Find out more about the conference here:http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/police-criminal-justice/full-conference/article/reforming-probation-services-conference.html?code=PCA

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