Restorative justice has the potential to
make savings and improve outcomes if used properly. A win, win, win for victim,
offender and society.
The flexibility of how and where it can be used is a benefit, but there still
lacks a clear strategy to ensure restorative justice approaches are applied
This is a national conference
that will have a regional and local focus, which will be of benefit to anyone
who has an interest in Restorative Justice and what this approach can bring
Nottinghamshire’s Police and
Crime Commissioner, Paddy Tipping is jointly hosting this conference with us in
recognition of the significant benefits that RJ can bring and the need for a
quality consistent approach to restorative justice.
Nottinghamshire Police and Crime
Chief Constable Chris Eyre
Garry Shewan (TBC)
Assistant Chief Constable,
Greater Manchester Police
The Forgiveness Project
Discounts offered for students, be quick as these numbers are limited
Email No Offence! for details
Bookings are now being taken, see registration form for Terms and Conditions.
Exhibition prices do not include the delegate attendance.
Students and smaller voluntary organisations (Inc. charities and social enterprise with less than 30 employees)
£100 +vat conference standard rate
£100 +vat exhibition cost
Central government departments and agencies, non-departmental public bodies and other public sector organisations, commercial organisations with 1-3 employees and larger voluntary organisations with 30 or more employees
£125 +vat conference standard rate
£125 +vat exhibition cost
£175 +vat conference standard rate
£175 +vat exhibition cost
Exhibition spaces are very limited so be quick if you wish to exhibit.
If you would like any further information please email No Offence!
For more information please visit the No Offence! website.