Stop and Think Northants 2018 – Stop Search and the Reasonable Grounds Panel
Mon 19 February 2018 7pm
Umbrella Pavilion, Racecourse, Kettering Road, Northampton NN1 4LG
Do you want to know the facts about stop and search in Northamptonshire?
Mike Shiner and Paul Thornbury from the London School of Economics have been undertaking a study on Northamptonshire Police Reasonable Grounds Panel.
Other speakers include
- Gary Ashton, Deputy Head of the Corporate Development Department and the force lead for Stop Search and the Force Stop Search Working Group of Northamptonshire Police
- Stephanie Worrell from the University of Hertfordshire.
Come and hear about their findings and about other studies about stop search in Northamptonshire at this free briefing event for local communities. Let’s kickstart community involvement and take some steps to better community confidence.
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Northampton Annual Holocaust Memorial Lecture
Sun 18 February 2018 7pm
This year’s annual Northampton Annual Holocaust Memorial Lecture will be lead by Dr Joe Mulhall from Dr Joe Mulhall is Senior Researcher at HOPE not hate. Formerly he was a visiting lecturer at Royal Holloway, University of London where he also completed his PhD on the postwar far right. He has published extensively on the international far right and discussed his research on the BBC, CNN and Channel 4 news among others.
For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org ring 01604 400808
Hosted by Northampton Hebrew Congregation
Supported by Northamptonshire Rights & Equality Council
Northamptonshire Historical Association
University of Northampton History Department
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Identifying Victims of Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery Training
A facilitated session to aid attendees in identifying victims of human trafficking & modern slavery to enable them to refer them to apropriate support services. Training will be presented by Hope4Justice.
This training is a must for anyone working or volunteering with vulnerable people, migrants, refugees, child protection services, victims of sexual abuse etc. Victims are rarely in positions to report their abuse so it is important that key workers that may come into contact with them are able to identify victims quickly and are able to refer them to the most apropriate support services before they are put in further danger or retrafficked.
Free tickets are available for Community and voluntary sector sector stakeholders. There are limited availablity. Individuals who book a place who we are not aquainted with will be asked to confirm their field of work or volunteering to avoid identification/support techniques etc falling into the wrong hands.
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