Following the success of the Four Nations webinar series on public health approaches in policing, delegates were asked what content would be useful in their day-to-day work at a strategic and operational level. The feedback identified a need for a focus on how a public health approach can be adopted in specific policing areas.

We are pleased to announce the next in a series of such webinars “A Public Health Approach to Modern Slavery” will be held on the 14 October 14:00 – 15:30.

Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer, the National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for modern slavery will open this webinar. The webinar will explore a public health approach to modern slavery and share practice examples. There will be opportunities for a question-and-answer session at the end of the webinar. Our speakers include:

  • Dr Liz Such (NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Fellow in Public Health)
  • Joanne Hopkins (Programme Director, ACES, Criminal Justice and Violence Prevention, Public Health Wales)
  • Filippo Capaldi (Detective Superintendent, Police Scotland)

The webinar is free to attend and aimed at law enforcement and public health practitioners, policy makers and researchers from public health teams, response policing professionals and leaders, Violence Reduction Units, multi-agency system leaders, future/horizon scanners and early intervention/prevention specialists.

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