Partnerships Against Crime was set up to promote the development and the widest-possible adoption of crime reduction partnerships in the UK. A key component of our activities is the organisation of events. All PAC events place the emphasis squarely on practical advice and information-sharing based on the real-life experiences of those who have achieved success in partnership building and management. All events are subsidised by PAC and therefore low-cost, and are located in a variety of regional centres around the UK to make them as accessible as possible to as many people as possible.
Our two main programmes comprise:
a series of conferences and exhibitions which we hold in major regional centres
a series of smaller-scale Workshops which we hold around the country and which focus on specific issues which we have identified from feedback from delegates at our conferences
Regional Conference and Exhibition: Partnering with Police: Practical Solutions for Community Crime and ASB
Following the success of PAC’s most recent series of regional conferences, sponsored by Crime Reduction Partnership News, on Exclusion Schemes: reducing high street crime and anti-social behaviour, we are delighted to announce our second series. Partnering with Police: Practical Solutions for Community Crime and ASB will take place in London, Birmingham and Glasgow in 2013 and 2014. Dates for the London conference will be announced shortly.
For more information about each of the PAC 2012 Regional Conferences, click on ‘Information’ below…
PAC’s Workshops are a response to feedback from delegates at PAC conferences who have identified subjects of special interest or concern to them. Each half-day Workshop brings together Delegates who want to learn about specific issues, with Facilitators who can share their own relevant real-life experiences and in-depth knowledge. The aim of each Workshop is to ensure that delegates leave better-equipped to address the issues in question. Before each Workshop Delegates are asked to identify specific areas of special concern to them, so that the Workshops themselves are flexible – but always focused on issues of real, practical concern to Delegates. Background information is also be made available to Delegates before each Workshop.
For more information about each of PAC Workshops, click on ‘Information’ below…