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The Offender Management Conference brings together sector leaders, practitioners and researchers to address the current challenges in the sector, and explore opportunities for improving support and service provision. Discussions will take place around the new probation model, examining what this means for different stakeholders, and best practice will be shared around key themes including taking a multi-agency approach to tackling re-offending, and how to provide engaging and inspiring opportunities for offenders in prison and as they return into the community.


Key reasons to attend:

  • Explore the current state of offender management including progress in re-nationalising the probation sector
  • Assess the vital role of the Voluntary Sector in providing a stable environment for offenders to effectively reduce reoffending
  • Gain an insight into the prison inspection process and expectations, especially for rehabilitation and release planning
  • Analyse the reunified model for probation services and what it means for key criminal justice agencies
  • Discuss practical solutions to overcome the challenges in offender management in prisons and in the community
  • Learn how to effectively work across agencies to provide an integrated and innovative service that support offenders in prison and in the community
  • Evaluate the Government’s latest funding and initiatives to improve rehabilitation and release planning and probation services
  • Network with senior leaders and professionals to share best practice and guidance for effective offender management