Tuesday 27th & Wednesday 28th November 2018, King Power Stadium, Leicester

Agenda

Day 1

Time

Session

09:00

Registration, refreshments and exhibition opening

An opportunity to develop contacts with counterparts from across the public sector and innovative private sector vendors over a cup of tea or coffee

09.55

Welcoming remarks and introduction

Chair: Joel Hanna, Head of Service, Children Looked After Services, Leeds City Council (Confirmed)

10.00

Morning keynote address: Update on youth justice reforms and YJB priorities

Speaker: Charlie Taylor, Chair, Youth Justice Board (Confirmed)

10.45

YOT worker and young person share their experience

11.00

Transition to breakout rooms

11.10

Breakouts

Please choose one of 6 bespoke breakout sessions to attend, designed specifically for youth justice professionals (breakouts will be uploaded in due course)

  • Breakout 1: Secure Stairs project at Cookham Wood
  • Breakout 2: Youth Rehabilitation Order Reviews with Magistrates
  • Breakout 3: Lessons & learning from the new Youth Offending Service inspection programme
  • Further breakouts to be confirmed

12.20

Lunch, refreshments and networking  

Take advantage of the opportunity to expand your contact base by meeting counterparts from across the sector, visiting the exhibition and participating in the lunchtime workshops

13.20

Chair’s afternoon remarks

Chair: Joel Hanna, Head of Service, Children Looked After Services, Leeds City Council (Confirmed)

13.30

Awards Presentation

13.45

Afternoon opening keynote address: Effective diversion and prevention

Speaker: Dr Tim Bateman, Reader in Youth Justice, University of Bedfordshire (Confirmed)

14.10

Effective diversion and prevention

Speaker: Andy Hood, Senior Head of Young People’s Services, Doncaster Children’s Services Trust (Confirmed)

14.45

Networking, refreshment break and transition

15.10

Breakouts

Please choose one of 6 bespoke breakout sessions to attend, designed specifically for youth justice professionals (breakouts will be uploaded in due course)

  • Breakout 1: YJB Youth Advisory Panel: YOT works/participation
  • Breakout 2: Redthread Youth Violence Intervention Programme
  • Further breakouts to be confirmed

16.20

Transition to main room

16.30

Closing keynote address

16.50

Awards Presentation

17.00

Chair’s closing remarks

Chair: Joel Hanna, Head of Service, Children Looked After Services, Leeds City Council (Confirmed)

17.10

Close of day 1

Day 2

Time

Session

08.30

Registration, refreshments and exhibition opening

An opportunity to develop contacts with counterparts from across the public sector and innovative private sector vendors over a cup of tea or coffee

09.30

Welcoming remarks and introduction

Chair: Susannah Hancock, Chief Executive, The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (Confirmed)

09.35

Morning opening keynote address: Serious youth violence

Speaker: Gwyneth Boswell, Visiting Professor, School of Health Sciences, University of East Anglia (Confirmed)

09.55

Serious youth violence

Speaker: Dr Henry Kippin, Director of Public Service Reform, West Midlands Combined Authority (Confirmed)

10.35

Morning break and transition to breakout rooms

11.00

Breakouts

Please choose one of 6 bespoke breakout sessions to attend, designed specifically for youth justice professionals (breakouts will be uploaded in due course)

  • Breakout 1: Trauma work in the West Midlands
  • Breakout 2: Children's rights in custody: A participatory approach 
  • Breakout 3: Involving young people with lived experiences in the commissioning of youth health & justice services
  • Breakout 4: Working together to reduce the over-representation of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic young people within the Youth Justice System
  • More breakouts to be confirmed

12.10

Lunch, refreshments and networking 

Take advantage of the opportunity to expand your contact base by meeting counterparts from across the sector and visiting the exhibition

13.10

Live Performance: Right Stuff Boxing Project

13.30

Awards

13.40

Afternoon opening keynote address

14.00

Transition to breakouts

14.10

Breakouts

Please choose one of 6 bespoke breakout sessions to attend, designed specifically for youth justice professionals (breakouts will be uploaded in due course)

  • Breakout 1: Working effectively with gang-affected young women
  • Breakout 2: Utilising data to improve YOT performance
  • Breakout 3: YOT Talk: The impact of communication in youth justice assessment interviews
  • More breakouts to be confirmed

15.20

Transition to main room

15.30

Closing keynote

15.45

Close of day 2 and convention

Chair: Susannah Hancock, Chief Executive, The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (Confirmed)