Policing and Prosecution Conference: The Changing Landscape

Date: Tuesday 29 November 2011

Time: 09:00 to 17:00

Venue: Grand Connaught Rooms, 61-65 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5DA

Speakers: Alex Gask, Martin Westgate QC

CPD: 6 Hours

 

Featuring Keir Starmer QC (Director of Public Prosecutions) and Sir Hugh Orde (President of ACPO)Ensure that you are fully up to date with the latest developments in policing, investigation and prosecution of crime including:

-Elected Police and Crime Commissioners
-Changes to bail, remand and legal aid
-Amendments to the PACE codes
-Application of corporate manslaughter legislation to cases of death in police custody
-Retention of DNA and duties to protect victims and witnesses
-Reviews of disclosure in criminal cases 

CHAIR:
Suzanne Lambert, One Crown Office Row

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: 
Keir Starmer QC, Director of Public Prosecutions

PLENARY SPEAKERS: 
Sir Hugh Orde, President, Association of Chief Police Officers (to be confirmed)
Tim Owen QC, Matrix Chambers

BREAKOUT SESSION SPEAKERS:
Hugh Davies, 3 Raymond Buildings
John Halford, Bindmans
Martin Westgate QC, Doughty Street Chambers
Alison Macdonald, Matrix Chambers
Eric Metcalfe, Monckton Chambers
Nogah Ofer, Bhatt Murphy Solicitors
Stephen H Smith, Legal Adviser, Attorney General's Office
Simon Spence QC, 18 Red Lion Court
Iain Steele, Blackstone Chambers

BREAKOUT SESSION CHAIRS:
Jodie Blackstock, JUSTICE
Helen Foot, Garden Court
Alex Gask, Doughty Street
Jemma Hamlin, Corker Binning

PANEL SPEAKERS:
Jules Carey, Tuckers Solicitors
Deborah Glass, Chief Executive, Independent Police Complaints Commission
Chair: Roger Smith, JUSTICE

For a full schedule and booking form, please click here.

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