London Criminal Justice Forum
London Criminal Justice Forum
Bringing voluntary sector organisations closer to commissioners and funders
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Voluntary organisations working in the London criminal justice system are warmly invited to attend the first in-person London Criminal Justice Forum. This event will take place in St. Martin's Hall and Lightwell and lunch will be provided.
The event will focus on bringing the voluntary sector closer to commissioners and funders in the London criminal justice system. Guest speakers include Will Balakrishnan (Director of Commissioning at the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime, MOPAC) and Karen Tipping (Head of Community Integration at London Probation).
It is an excellent opportunity to hear updates directly from decision makers, share good practice, and strengthen partnership working by networking with sector colleagues and stakeholders.
The London Criminal Justice Forum is open to all voluntary organisations working in the sector in London. Spaces are limited and restricted to a maximum of one per organisation, so please register early to avoid disappointment. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing further information. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are offering bursary tickets for this event. The full ticket cost for this event is £25, and any delegates who do not attend the event without prior notice may be required to cover this cost - please see our terms and conditions below for further details.
Terms and conditions
Customer cancellations must be made in writing to email@example.com. Please include your organisation name and delegate contact details.
If you cancel your booking:
- 1 week or more before the event, no charges will be incurred.
- If you do not attend the event Clinks will contact you to arrange full payment for the ticket cost (£25), unless a legitimate reason for not attending can be provided. Such decisions are at the discretion of Clinks.
- If you wish to send a substitute delegate, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no administrative charge for doing this.
- Clinks reserves the right to cancel, postpone or otherwise alter the content or date of an event without notice. In such circumstances, Clinks may, at its own discretion, return any payment received without penalty of a cancellation charge.
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Code of Conduct
Clinks is a values driven organisation and we expect our members to agree and uphold those values at all Clinks events. Our membership code of conduct outlines our expectations regarding the behaviour of our members and their staff towards Clinks and other member organisations. If any behaviour or disruption during an event is considered to be a breach of the Clinks code of conduct, these concerns will be addressed by the sector support, members and networks manager and this may result in removal from future Clinks events or membership overall.