The Domestic Abuse Conference 2018
The Domestic Abuse Conference 2018 will take place at The Suites Hotel, Knowsley on Tuesday, April 24 from 9.30am – 4.30pm.
This multi-agency conference, which completely sold out in 2017, will educate and inform delegates of recent significant developments in domestic abuse and safeguarding.
The conference is a must for those who deal with or come across domestic abuse in their professional lives.
Solicitors, social workers, NHS workers, charities, colleges, universities, housing associations and education workers will benefit from this conference.
It is also an excellent opportunity to network and make new contacts.
Free parking, breakfast, lunch and afternoon break refreshments are fully included in the ticket price (£45 + VAT)
To purchase tickets email Ami-lee Price at email@example.com
Speakers so far; (more to be announced in coming weeks)
Chief Constable Andy Cooke QPM - Chief Constable of Merseyside Police will talk about current trends in domestic abuse being reported to the police, as well as challenges being faced and plans going forward for the force.
Dr Emma Katz - Dr Emma Katz researches the impacts of domestic violence and abuse on children and mother-child relationships. Her work explores coercive control, agency, resistance, recovery and mother-child mutual supportiveness in domestic abuse contexts.
Katie Walker - Katie is a survivor of Domestic Abuse and was in 2017 recognised at the Pride of Britain Awards for her outstanding success following her horrific experiences. She is in the process of setting up an new organisation to assist others in leaving, and staying away from abusive relationships.
Plan of the day (times estimated)
9.30am – Arrival – light breakfast will be served
10.00am – Conference begins
12.00pm – Lunch
2.30pm – Short coffee break
4.30pm – Conference close