Stoke City FC Stoke-on-Trent
Wednesday, 6 December 2017 - 9:30am

StreetGames has once again teamed up with Stoke-on-Trent City Council, and several Police and Crime Commissioners, for the annual Crime Prevention and Sport Conference.
The Workshops
Mental Health and Well-being; The aspects that affect young people's mental health and how sport can be used to reduce the risk factors

Proving the Impact; Insight from evaluators and partners

The Policy Landscape; Ensuring you have the partnerships to deliver

Making effective use of sport and referral pathways from the Criminal Justice sector


Confirmed Speakers
Colin Allars, CEO, Youth Justice Board
Hardyal Dhindsa, Police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire
Julie Cooke Assistant Chief Constable for Merseyside
Jane Ashworth, CEO, StreetGames
Poppy Jaman, CEO, Mental Health First Aid England

BBC's Mary Rhodes

Special Guest
John McAvoy (Bank Robber turned Ironman and World Record Holder)


ONLY £99 including lunch and refreshments.
Limited places available!

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