Allison King, Criminal Justice Sergeant Gatekeeper at Northumbria Police, told us about the establishment of their TREAD team and the outcomes it seeks to achieve.
We spoke to Neil Platt, Project Lead and Clinical Director at Beacon Counselling Trust (BCT) and Brian Faint, former Senior Investigation Manager at Cheshire Police and now BCT Programme Manager, on gambling related harms in criminal justice.
We spoke with Sarah Beresford, Prison Reform Trust Associate and Churchill Fellow, about piloting a new assessment framework for supporting children who have a mother in the criminal justice system.
We spoke to Supporting Families Employment Advisers, Vicki Williamson and Stephen Grattan, and Partnership Manager Jenny Stanton, about the Supporting Families service and their relationship with Stockport’s Family Drug and Alcohol Court.
We spoke to Mike Davies, a coordinator and manager with Jig-So in Swansea, about the project.
We spoke with John Buskell, the Parent Mentor Coordinator at Pan-London FDAC, about the role of the Parent Mentor within the Family Drug and Alcohol Courts (FDAC).
We spoke with Professor Stephen Case, academic, researcher and writer in youth offending and youth justice about his research into the 'Child First' principle and implementing this principle in practice.
CEO of For Baby’s Sake Trust, Amanda McIntyre and Director of Operations, Judith Rees, told us more about the programme and about influencing and informing change in the future.
David Thomason, Detective Sergeant at Cheshire Police, updated us on the evolution of the Anti-Stalking Unit into the newly formed Harm reduction Unit.
Annabel Cairns, Project & Policy Support Officer at the South Wales Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) and Jade Theaker, Criminal Justice Policy Officer at the South Wales OPCC, gave us an update on how this project has evolved since we originally profiled the 18-25 Diversion scheme in 2018. We were also updated on further innovative practice in the region.