Event on 10th May 2017

On 10th May our event Behaviour that challenges: planning services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism who sexually offend┬ábrought together delegates from a range of settings across criminal justice, health and social care. The list of organisations that were represented includes, but is not limited to the following: NHS England and several NHS foundation Trusts, including Mersey Care, several local councils, Hampshire police, the Magistrates’ Court and Association, Crown Prosecution Services, Youth Offending Teams, National Probation Services, HMP Whatton, Ministry of Justice, Learning Disability England, BILD, Lucy Faithful Foundation, SOTSEC-ID, SOLVE Social Care and Health, New Focus and Resolve Care.

The event was organised by Dr Andrea Hollomotz (University of Leeds), Jenny Talbot (Prison Reform Trust), Ellie Gordon (Independent clinical advisor), Clare Hughes (National Autistic Society) and David Harling (NHS Improvements).

In the photo are (left to right): Jenny Talbot, Lord Bradley, Prof Murphy, Dr Neil Sinclair and Dr Tania Tancred.