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      November 15, 2019

      Friday   9:30 AM

      Tavistock Square , Bloomsbury
      London, Greater London

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      Community Safety – A National Conversation

      Join a national conversation to debate how organisations leading community safety can create the changes this country needs to make communities safe. Hosted by RESOLVE and chaired by Nazir Afzal OBE former Chief Executive of the country's Police and Crime Commissioners, this one day conference brings together senior figures from government, local authorities and community safety partners to discuss appraoches to community safety and debate the action that needs to be taken.  The event focuses on three key themes: 1. Child sexual exploitation2. County lines3. Knife crime  You will hear keynote presentations from experts on each theme, and get the chance to listen to people talking about their own lived experience of dealing with these challenges.  The day will include a number of roundtable discussions giving you the opportunity to spend time with speakers debating the issues, examining the barriers organisations face and sharing ideas for how we can collaboratively begin to change the environment and influence national policy to deliver real change.  This is our opportunity to change the environment. Confirmed speakers: Nazir Afzal OBEFormer Chief Crown Prosecutor for NW England. During a 24 year career Nazir has prosecuted some of the most high profile cases in the country, advised on many others and led nationally on several legal topics including Violence Against Woman and Girls, child sexual abuse and honour based violence.  Sammy WoodhouseSammy Woodhouse is the incredibly courageous and determined woman who waivered her anonymity in order to bring about the jailing of the Rotherham Child Groomers perpetrators. She is one of the 1500+ survivors who were groomed, abused and failed in Rotherham. Sammy is also the survivor to open the police investigation (Operation Clover) into her abuse and all other non-recent child abuse cases in Rotherham. Abi Billinghurst Abi is the founder and CEO of Abianda. She started out as a sole trader in 2011 with visions of working shoulder to shoulder with young women. For the past 17 years she has worked with, and managed services for, young people spanning both the violence against women and girls, youth and criminal justice sectors.  Dr Camille WarringtonSenior Research Fellow, University of Bedfordshire: Children and Young People’s Participation, The International Centre: Researching Child Sexual Exploitation, Violence and Trafficking. More speakers to be confirmed.  FAQs  What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Parking is very limited near the venue but BMA House is easily accessible via public transport. Visit http://www.bmahouse.org.uk/contact-or-find-us to find out how to reach BMA House.   How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Email Sharon McLoughlin at McLoughlinS@resolve-asb.org.uk if you have any questions.   Can I update my registration information? Yes.   Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Yes Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes   

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