The No Offence September conference focuses on the importance of accommodation within the criminal justice sector and is delivered in partnership with Fry Housing Trust. This conference will focus on a number of issues, including the importance of accommodation, as a service and also its significant link to desistance. It will consider the future of accommodation, both in relation to the Transforming Rehabilitation agenda and within the current economic environment.
The sector changes rapidly and with accommodation services being so integral to the success of reducing reoffending it will be important to address all of this from a number of angles. As always, No Offence aims to bring together the best professionals from across all areas, including service providers, commissioners, local authorities and local government. Attention will be given to the responsibility on Local Authorities and the specific issue of ‘intentionally homeless’, along with a look at the affordability of the private rented sector and much more…
Fry Housing Trust provides supported accommodation and community based services within the Midlands and also has specific projects for women offenders, veteran offenders and high-risk offenders.
For more information please visit the No Offence! website.