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This cross-government Victims Strategy sets out a criminal justice system-wide response to improving the support offered to victims of crime and incorporates actions from all criminal justice agencies, including the police, Criminal Prosecution Service and courts.
This strategy builds on the good progress the Government has made over the past few years to ensure victims have the right help in the aftermath of a crime and are properly supported in the process of seeing justice delivered.
The Government’s vision is for a justice system that supports even more victims to speak up by giving them the certainty that they will be understood, that they will be protected, and that they will be supported throughout their journey, regardless of their circumstances or background.
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A conference for professionals interested and involved in the care and education of children.
Suitable for people involved in social work, teaching, the police and youth justice, children’s residential services, fostering and youth work.
- The award-winning Rachel Williams, A survivor of CSE and domestic abuse from Rotherham.
- A speaker from Link to Change speaking about male victims of CSE
- The inspirational Lisa Cherry speaking on the impact of Trauma including the screening of the must-see film, “Resilience”
Refreshments and buffet lunch is included
Digital Career Framework
The Board of Trustees of the College of Paramedics are pleased to announce the release of their 2017 Digital Paramedic Career Framework. It demonstrates to current and potential future members of the paramedic profession the range of roles and opportunities available to them as their career develops.
In line with the Post-Registration Paramedic Career Framework, the digital Paramedic Career Framework has been reviewed and further developed to highlight the roles that fall into the different career framework categories within the key four quadrants; clinical, education, research and management. These roles are highlighted by case studies of individuals undertaking a variety of different positions in various sectors both within and outside of the NHS.
The intention of the College is to continue this work on an annual basis with a view to even enhance the tool when it is reviewed and updated in 2018. We would, therefore, like to invite members to contribute with case studies that highlight their current role.
Paul Green a Forensic Paramedic Practitioner working with G4S is featured in the document, and highlight the positive impact of paramedics in delivering forensic healthcare.