A one-day course (delivered over 2 morning sessions) exploring the tools in the ASB 2014 toolkit, best practice and innovative uses
About this Event
- Are you a new officer looking for a comprehensive introduction to the ASB, Crime and Policing 2014 toolkit?
- Are you an experienced officer who requires a refresh and update on legislation and best practice?
- Do you work for an organisation that is involved in addressing ASB and community safety issues, and wish to learn more about what options the
- Police, Council and social housing providers have available to them?
- Do you want to make sure that you are using the toolkit as widely and creatively as possible, to really bring about quick respite to victims of ASB?
If you can answer ”yes” to any of the above then this course is ideal for your requirements.
Designed to suit the needs of any frontline caseworker, whether working in policing, local authority or social housing, the course aims to provide an overview of the tools and powers contained within the ASB, Crime and Policing Act 2014, whilst also exploring practical use and examples.
The course will cover: the injunction, the criminal behaviour order, the community protection notice, the closure powers, dispersal, public spaces protection orders, the absolute ground for possession and the changes to the discretionary ground for possession, and the community trigger.
You will leave this course with:
- An understanding of all the tools, including the legal principles, process for use, levels of evidence required etc
- Practical examples and real-life case studies of the use of each tool, helping the delegate to understand the extent of each power, as well as the creative ways in which they can be used
- Points to consider when deciding which tool to use for any given case, as well as understanding how the tools interact with each other.
- The ability to recognise the tools that other partners have at their disposal and how you can work in partnership to ensure that the most effective solution is utilised, which puts the victim at the heart of the matter
- Knowledge of the community trigger and how it can be used to effectively support vulnerable victims, as well as acting as a useful case management tool for officers.
A mix of learning styles will be used to ensure that the course is both engaging and informative.
Given the current climate, all courses are being delivered virtually. We recognise that not all organisations have access to all online platforms and will work with delegates before the course to decide the best platform to use to ensure all delegates can attend the event.
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Buying a ticket to this course gives you access to 2 x 3-hour sessions delivered between 9:30 and 12:30 on Wednesday, April 14th 2021 and Wednesday, April 21st 2021.
This training is delivered by Janine Green ASB associate Harvinder Saimbhi (Lead Associate for Service Development). Harvinder provided evidence to support the development of the ASB, Crime and Policing Act 2014, as well as being part of the Home Office advisory group, exploring the impact of this legislation and developing the statutory guidance that supports it. She was at the forefront of shaping the community trigger process, both locally and nationally, and brings a wealth of experience with regards to managing an ASB and community safety service. Further details on Harvinder’s vast experience in the ASB field can be found here