We will bring together leading researchers to present the most up-to-date research and evidence in the investigation and prevention of online CSA with an important focus on implications for improving our collective response – not just in terms of investigation, but also prevention through education, intervention and awareness.
This year’s PIER conference is aimed at professionals and commissioners responsible for safeguarding children and providing victim services. On day one, it will showcase what is being done to combat the CSA/E threat, the latest technology available to law enforcement colleagues targeting abusers and the emergence of new threats.
On day two, the conference will focus on prevention, intervention and commissioning opportunities to demonstrate why working with offenders and the families of offenders is such an important element of a multi-faceted approach to tackling the issue.
The conference dates coincide with Simon Bailey’s last two days in post as Chief Constable for Norfolk and he will take the opportunity to share with delegates his reflections and observations about what has been achieved to date and what the challenges are for the future.
Confirmed speakers for the conference include:
Registration for the conference will provide you with:
The cost for two days is £85 per person, which offers real value for two days to hear from leading academics in the field and law enforcement colleagues who are leading the response to this threat. There is also an option to book for just one day, at a cost of £50 per person.
We do hope you will be able to join us for what will be another exciting and thought-provoking event in the PIER calendar.
The PIER team