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Safer communities 2014


Thursday 13 February 2014, Cardiff

About the event

Tackling anti-social behaviour and domestic abuse in Welsh communities

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Housing, landlord and supporting people services are increasingly expected to take an active role in tackling both anti-social behaviour (ASB) and domestic abuse in Welsh communities.

Welsh Government is committed to building safer communities through reducing ASB, focussing on homelessness prevention and ensuring that everyone in Wales has the right to live in a safe community, free from violence and abuse.

The new Domestic Abuse (Wales) Bill, the Housing (Wales) Bill and Westminster’s ASB, Crime and Policing Bill, are all progressing through legislative programmes and will increase statutory requirements and further expectations of collaborative working.

This event will examine current UK and Welsh Governments’ policies and programmes and, through a varied range of sessions, help organisations and individuals to understand current and emerging policy, research and good practice solutions.

Kindly sponsored by:

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Confirmed speakers include:

  • Carl Sargeant AM, Minister for Housing and Regeneration
  • Lesley Griffiths AM: Minister for Local Government & Government Business
  • Sophie Howe, Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales
  • Eamon Lynch, Managing Director, Social Landlords Crime and Nuisance Group
  • Gudrun Burnet, Community Safety Team Leader & IDVA, Peabody Housing Association
  • Chris Grose, Senior consultant - ASB services, CIH Consultancy

Supported by:

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Benefits of attending

  • Opportunity to hear direct from experts on the new anti-social behaviour, domestic abuse and housing-related legislation in Wales and the UK
  • Hear direct from Welsh Ministers and practitioners;
  • Sessions designed to be motivational as well as offering practical advice to take back to your organisation;
  • An excellent opportunity to network with fellow housing, domestic abuse and community safety professionals
  • Excellent value for money

Who should attend

The programme is designed for everyone involved in housing and housing-related support services but will be particularly relevant to:

  • Chief executives
  • Operational directors
  • Community safety managers
  • Housing-related support and supporting people managers
  • Policy staff
  • ASB & domestic abuse co-ordinators
  • Tenants and residents

Exhibition & sponsorship

There will be a small exhibition running alongside the conference, available to relevant service and product providers.

To find out more about exhibition rates and opportunities please contact CIH Cymru Events team on 02920 765760 or email the events team

Venue and booking information

The conference will be held in the Village hotel, Cardiff

Delegate place: £99 + VAT

The delegate price includes a comprehensive delegate pack, all refreshments and lunch. You can also earn up to 4 hours towards your CIH Continuing Professional Development.

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