Victim Support National Conference 2004
Please see details (below) of the National Conference, which runs from Tuesday 6 to Thursday 8 July at the University of Warwick.
This year there will be three separate plenaries, each covering a different subject, rather than one theme for the whole conference. The themes that we are covering are:
- the political environment - how victims of crime fit in within the political spectrum and the changing political environment we are operating in
- diversity - this will explore how diversity fits in with our work in the community and ensuring that victims of crime and witnesses are best served
- media - this will explore how crime is reported in the press and how victims are affected.
Please see the draft conference programme for more information.
Aims of conference
As a representative of an external organisation working in the criminal justice sector, attending National Conference gives you with the opportunity to:
- get up-to-date with new developments and research
- come together with colleagues to discuss victim and witness issues in a national context
- explore new ideas for developing your work
- learn about examples of good practice
- network with Victim Support members from all over the UK and representatives of other criminal justice agencies who attend.
Please see attached:
- booking procedure notes
- booking form [pdf]
- Conference sessions summaries
- Conference sessions booking form [pdf]
It is important that you read everything carefully before completing the booking form and your conference session option form.
Please remember that you must attach payment or an invoice request to the booking form to ensure that your place is booked.
We look forward to receiving your booking and welcoming you to the National Conference.