Safer Communities Conference: Local security solutions
“The communities we serve are increasingly diverse and complex, necessitating a more sophisticated response to the challenges we face now and in the future.” – Policing Vision 2025
Community safety is a constantly evolving and increasingly complex challenge for the police and their public service partners. From the threat of terrorism to child sexual exploitation, those tasked with keeping our communities safe face having to do more with their limited resources. The Policing and Crime Act 2017 includes provisions to allow the police to work together with other emergency services in their area in order to improve public safety. The National Police Chiefs Council’s “Policing Vision 2025” calls for the police to work with other agencies to “develop a proactive and sophisticated understanding of community needs” and build a “thorough evidence-based understanding of demand”. Technology also has a vital role to play in terms of combating cybercrime, sharing important information between different agencies and making it easier for the public to access advice and services.
Join us for the Safer Communities Conference where a panel of expert speakers will discuss the new approaches that will shape the future of community safety. Understand the impact of regional devolution on community safety, see how services can be tailored to meet local needs and study the latest innovations in digital policing.
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- Achieving the Government’s vision of creating safer, stronger communities
- Tackling and preventing crime to strengthen and safeguard the community
- Placing duties on councils and their partners to create safer and stronger communities
- Freeing up the police to fight crime more effectively and efficiently through creating a more integrated criminal justice system
- Creating and maintaining effective partnerships to tackle and prevent crime
- Understanding how to use multi-agency Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) effectively to reduce crime
- Empowering communities and protecting victims through community triggers
- Working with tenants and the community to reduce crime.Reforming rehabilitation to benefit and safeguard communities
- Tackling crime through reducing substance misuse
- Developing a partnership approach to tackle the long-term causes of crime
- Supporting the use of restorative justice to enhance community safety
- Developing the role of the voluntary sector in creating a safer, stronger, more cohesive community
- Working with schools to reduce behavioural issues
- The importance of technology is building safer and stronger communities
- Engaging young people in positive activities to reduce anti-social behaviour
- Strengthening the powers of the police to improve community safety
- Designing out crime through design
Who should attend?
Heads of community services, heads of engagement, heads of crime reduction, community safety managers, youth justice officers, heads of criminal justice boards, restorative justice coordinators, probation officers, social workers, fire chiefs, domestic abuse co-ordinators, tenants & residents associations, police officers, community safety managers, heads of skills and learning, heads of mental health, heads of offender health, commissioning leads. Heads of vocational learning, virtual campus leads, heads of offender management, community safety managers, youth justice officers, heads of criminal justice boards, restorative justice coordinators, community partnerships managers, community mental health teams, probation officers, heads of crime reduction partnerships, prison nurses, heads of reducing re-offending, offender commissioning boards.