Bringing people and communities together to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour

Workshop: Partnerships & the Law, London

Date: Jan 2014

Venue: Central London

Partnerships can be private clubs – but they still need to abide by the law. And there’s lots of law to consider: on the one hand there’s the Common Law right to exclude people from Member’s premises. But offenders have rights too – and they’re protected by the Common Law, by the Human Rights and Freedom of Information Acts, and the Data Protection Act. Nothing is black and white – but we see our way through to practical advice and real-life lessons. And we advise on insurance and the importance of ‘auditable’ Best Practice.

The Workshop, to be held in January in Central London, brings together Delegates who want to learn, with Facilitators who can share their own relevant real-life experiences and in-depth knowledge. The aim: to ensure that Delegates leave better-equipped to address the issues in question.

Before the Workshop Delegates are asked to identify specific areas of special concern to them, so that the Workshop not only provides a wide range of useful information but also focuses on specific issues of practical concern to Delegates. Background information will also be made available to Delegates before the Workshop.

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Please use the form below to register your interest in attending this Workshop. Also, please use the form to tell the Workshop Facilitators what aspects of Partnerships & and the Law interest you most: it’s not obligatory but it helps us ensure that content of the Workshop will be as relevant as possible to delegates.

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