Monday 28th May 2012 – Central London
With an increase in deaths over the past two years in or following police custody*, it is crucial for organisations to share best practice on managing risks effectively and improving the care provided. This conference provides up to date guidance on safe and secure police custody practice.
Don’t miss your opportunity to hear the latest developments and strategic thinking including preparing for the Olympics and other major public events, NHS commissioned custody healthcare, and safeguarding vulnerable detainees.
•Mike Franklin, Commissioner, Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC)
•Julian Clapp, Former Chair, National Custody Forum, The Police Federation (Chair)
•Roger McMillan, Inspector, Custody Officer Training, Metropolitan Police Service
•Dr Michael Wilks, Forensic Physician and Chairman, Forensic Medicine Committee, British Medical Association
•Ian Havis, Sergeant Trainer, City of London Police
•Steve Radcliffe, Chief Inspector, Gloucestershire Constabulary
Plus Half-Day Briefing
Safer Detention of People with Mental Health Problems
Tuesday 29th May 2012 – Central London
Approximately half of all deaths in, or following police custody involve detainees with some form of mental health problem. It is vital for increased multi-agency working to improve practices in the care and management of these detainees.
Attend this timely half-day briefing to ensure that your organisation can effectively identify, monitor and manage vulnerable detainees to mitigate risk.
•Jim Symington, Former Deputy Director, National Mental Health Development Unit (Chair)
•Kevin Huish, Custody and Mental Health Lead, Police Federation
•Michael Brown, Inspector, West Midlands Police
•Darren Eaton, Clinical Lead- 136 Suite, Nottinghamshire PCT
•Sean Duggan, Joint Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health
Book online: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/
Briefing Programme: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/
Contact: Fran Langham – fran.langham@
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