Tomorrow's Women - SASO Glasgow Branch Seminar - 5 February 2015
SASO Glasgow Branch Seminar - Thursday 5 February 2015 at 6.30 pm
Assembly Hall, Police Scotland, Pitt Street, Glasgow
Tomorrow's Women: early experiences at Glasgow Womens' Justice Centre
Guest Speakers: Jim McBride & Anne Gallacher, Criminal Justice Services, Glasgow
Refreshments from 6.00 pm
1.5 hrs CPD may be claimed by Advocates, Solicitors, CJSW, Police
Psychosocial Undercurrents in the Voices of Incarcerated (Violent) Young Males in Scotland - Thursday 19th February 2015
SASO Dumfries & Galloway Branch Seminar - Thursday 19 February 2015 - 5.30 pm at the CJSW Community Payback Workshop, Dumfries
Guest Speaker: Professor Ross Deuchar - Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, School of Social Sciences, University of West of Scotland.
Please note change of date ... originally scheduled for 26th February.
The reality of the Order for Lifelong Restriction - Tuesday 3 February 2015
SASO Edinburgh Branch Seminar - Tuesday 3 February 2015 at 5.30 pm - Edinburgh Sheriff Court, Chambers Street, Edinburgh
Guest Speaker: Donald Darroch, Head of Delivery, Risk Management Authority
The lecture will consider:-
- the background and development of the OLR
- data regarding the OLR population group
- implementation of the legislation
- the impact on individuals and agencies
- appeals, anticipated challenges
- what the future may hold
This is an open meeting, all welcome. Refreshments available at close of the lecture.
1.5 hours of CPD may be claimed by Advocates, Solicitors, Social Services.
6 November 2014 - Changes to the Sex Offender Treatment Programme
SASO Glasgow Branch Seminar - 6 November 2014 at 6.30 pm, Assembly Hall, Police Scotland, Pitt Street, Glasgow
Changes to the Sex Offender Treatment Programme
Guest Speakers: Robert Dempsey, South Lanarkshire CJSW High Risk Team and
Alex O'Donnell, Team Leader, South Lanarkshire CJSW
Admission is FREE and light refreshments will be served from 6.00 pm
Thursday 2nd October 2014 - DEBATE
SASO Glasgow Branch opening debate 2014-15:
"This house believes Stop & Search should be placed on a statutory footing"
In the chair: Lord Bonomy
For the motion: Bruce Adamson, Scottish Human Rights Commission & Kath Murray, University of Edinburgh
Against the motion: Professor Ross Deucher, University of the West of Scotland & Graeme Pearson MSP
Full details available here.