The Quad & CG77, Hendon Campus.
The theme of the National Community Safety Conference this year is:
Challenges & Opportunities – How does Community Safety prepare for the Future?
17th & 18th September 2013 | Middlesex University | London | Hendon Campus
The conference and its subject matter has never been more relevant and timely given the recent comments made by the National Chief Inspector of Constabulary Tom Winsor, who has said: "… the biggest bang for the public's buck is on crime prevention"…he has called for greater investment in crime prevention which directly impacts on agencies working together as members of Community Safety Partnerships to reduce Crime & Disorder across the UK.
Organised by Dr. Simon Harding- Lecturer in Criminology, Policing & Community Safety from the School of Law at MDX and the NCSN
The Challenge: At a time of restricted budgets, is to bring together people from the Public, Voluntary and Community Sectors to take the opportunity to truly engage and invest with companies from the private sector to discuss the way forward in reducing crime and improving community safety.
The Opportunity: Will be for delegates to take part in Knowledge Network Forums where the intentions to do more than just deliver examples of shared experience and successful practice, but to also provide the opportunity to debate and question many of the issues faced by practitioners.
We will debate questions such as:
Delegates will also have the opportunity to discuss some of the following themes in the forums:
Then bring that debate back to the main part of the conference and engage some of the High profile national speakers on relevant current issues!
Delegates attending the National Community Safety Conference each year come from: Local Councils; Police; Police and Crime Commissioners; Fire Fighters; Government Agencies; Criminal Justice Agencies; Health & Education Agencies; Security Industry; European Agencies; Prison and Probation services; Neighbourhood Management and Neighbourhood Watch, plus many more from across the Public, Private, Community & Voluntary Sectors.
NCSN Member Rate £299 (includes one nights’ accommodation Tuesday 17.09.13)
NCSN Non Member Rate £349 (includes one nights’ accommodation Tuesday 17.09.13)
Should you wish to stay on Monday 16.09.13 cost £50
To book your place call 01244 322 314
Full Inclusive Package– Includes: Attendance at the full 2 day event, access to keynote speeches and all sessions, refreshments at reception, breaks and lunch, Gala Dinner ticket worth £50, accommodation (limited places) and access to car parking.
Day Rate – Includes:Attendance on your choice of day, access to keynote speeches and all sessions taking place that day, refreshments at reception, breaks and lunch, access to car parking.(If you are only attending day one, Gala Dinner ticket available at £50).
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