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Evening seminar in Bristol on Adverse Childhood Experiences
June 4 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Academy for Social Justice Commissioning are pleased to announce an evening seminar to be held in Bristol on Tuesday 4th June 2019, on the topic of “Working to improve the lives of those exposed to Adverse Childhood Experiences”.
In this free seminar Dusty Kennedy and Ellie Worthington will share how Public Health Wales are responding to Adverse Childhood Experiences through awareness raising and the introduction of trauma-informed practice into policing, community, and secure youth/adult justice contexts.
During their talk they will discuss their approach to operationalising traum-ainformed practice in the criminal justice service and compare it to the focus being taken by the police. Dusty and Ellie will also explore the trauma-informed practice elements of these approaches and look at how the CJS partnership in Wales has worked to embed this approach in youth justice and also how they are starting to do similar for those that work with adults.
This event will be held at the Burges Salmon offices in Bristol (see map below); to request your free seminar place please book here. Note that you must be an Academy member in order to attend any events, but membership and services are free – so consider registering to join the Academy.
- June 4
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
- Event Category:
- Academy for Social Justice Commissioning
- Burges Salmon
1 Glass Wharf
Bristol, BS2 0ZX United Kingdom + Google Map