Cuckooing and county lines are becoming very prominent issues in our communities.
Forbes Solicitors, along with the Regional Organised Crime Unit and other partner agencies will focus on the role of Registered Housing Providers in tackling these issues and keeping vulnerable people safe.
This event will be an opportunity for delegates to increase their awareness of cuckooing and county lines. It will also explore the use of housing and criminal legislation available and identify support options.
Throughout the day, we will hear from housing practitioners and police colleagues from Humberside, Lincolnshire and elsewhere in the UK about the challenges that they currently face. This will highlight how successful outcomes have been achieved through effective information sharing and multi-agency working.9.00am Coffee & Registration
9.30am Introduction & Opening Speech - DCI. Iain Pottage Serious & Organised Crime Unit - Humberside Police
9.45am The Regional and National Picture for Police & Partner Agencies - Detective Inspector Andy Farrell - Regional Organised Crime Unit
11.15am Coffee Break
11.35am Modern Day Slavery & Human Trafficking - D.I. Vicky Wilson - MHST Co-ordinator - Yorkshire & Humberside Regional Organised Crime Unit
12.00pm Legal Enforcement Tools & the impact upon Registered Housing Providers - Shirley Faragher - Partner - Forbes Solicitors
12.45pm Lunch and networking
1.45pm Local issues, Best Practice & Prevention - Jo Sylvester - ONGO Homes
2.15pm Cuckooing issues in Boston & Lincoln - Mike Marsden & Susan Cake - Framework Housing Association
2.45pm The role of the Third Sector & Support for Victims - Charlene Sykes - Service Manager - Children's Social Work Services - IMAP, Extended Hours and Child Exploitation - North Lincolnshire Council
The cost of the seminar is £35 plus VAT which includes lunch. If you book three places, you will receive a fourth place free.