Our National Preventing Deaths in Police Care Conference comes at a pivotal time within custody care. It examines the recommendations from the IPCC’s research on deaths in or following police custody, alongside the recent reports from both Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons.

Investigating areas such as risk assessment, partnership working and preventing deaths following release from custody, this timely event provides you with the opportunity to learn from best practice examples on delivering innovative and successful custodial care.

Key issues addressed on the day include:

  • Channels of accountability and learning from experience
  • Effective partnership working schemes across the country
  • Risks and protocols around the use of restraint
  • Providing alternatives to custody for those showing antisocial behaviour
  • Safe detention for those detained under the Mental Health Act

Do not miss this opportunity to hear from key stakeholders and practitioners as they come together to share experiences and lessons learnt on ensuring that individuals are constantly monitored and provided with effective care throughout their time in detention.

Booking for this event has now closed.