- Kevin Vanterpool, Founder and Principal Consultant, 2Novate (event chair)
- Lib Peck, Director, London Violence Reduction Unit
- Niven Rennie, Director, Scottish Violence Reduction Unit
- Geeta Subramaniam-Mooney, Director of Public Protection and Safety, Lewisham Council
- Daryl Edmunds, Neighbourhoods and Criminal Justice Strategic Manager, Richmond and Wandsworth Councils
- Professor John Ashton CBE, Senior Public Health Advisor, Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner
The Government have now responded to its consultation on a new legal duty to support a ‘multi-agency approach’ to tackle serious violence. It has committed to bring forth primary legislation that will place a statutory duty on organisations to ensure they are focused and accountable for preventing and reducing serious violence, has provided further funding and comprehensive guidance on how to implement a public-health approach to tackle serious violence.
Join us this October to discover how the public health approach can be implemented in your own setting to reduce serious violence both nationally and in local communities. Learn how to work collaboratively and share information, data and intelligence across organizations and hear from the actors who have already adopted the public-health approach and analyse the outcomes.
Key issues to be addressed include:
- The Government’s response to the consultation a new legal duty to support a multi-agency approach to preventing and tackling serious violence
- How public health data is being used to reduce violence and combat crime
- Multi-agency approach: joined-up initiatives between police, health services, local authorities, criminal justice agencies, communities
- Using data and intelligence to identify the main burdens on the population
- Implementing the Public Health Approach in practice - lessons learnt
- Dealing with immediate responses to violence whilst planning long-term
About the event:
The morning session will focus on identifying the Public Health Approach to combatting crime and the successful results that have been published. It will also look at how a multi-agency approach can be achieved including the sharing of data across organisations.
The afternoon session will examine practical case studies from leading Public Health Approach initiatives and how they are implemented and strengthened throughout the process.
Who should attend?
Anyone with an interest in new initiatives to tackle crime and reduce violence, including: community safety and CSP teams, the police, PCCs, local authorities, safeguarding officials, NCA, Home Office, health services, NGOs and charities, housing organisations, children's services and more.
Our events are CPD certified. This event is equivalent to 3 CPD points.
A certificate is available on request post-event to all attendees.
Please note that all speakers and the agenda are subject to change without notice.
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