Wednesday 6 March 2019
Advances in digital technologies will have a dramatic effect on how organisations operate over the next few years. If you have an interest in anti-social behaviour law and best practice then you cannot afford to miss this upcoming conference.
Whether you work within a local authority, are a national regulator or responsible for anti-social behaviour management in social housing, digital changes are set to revolutionise processes from initial reporting through to final resolution of anti-social behaviour, law and enforcement.
The conference will make reference to relevant legal cases and offer views on Community Protection Notices, Public Protection Orders and will show how RHE’s digital technologies can assist in reducing costs and time spent on investigations. Come and network with peers facing the same challenges and take the opportunity to ask questions of experts from local authorities, housing associations and Tim Everett, former President of the CIEH.
The conference is taking place in Hamilton House, London – within easy walking distance of Kings Cross, St Pancras and Euston stations. To find out more and to book your place see here.