Policing Childhood Challenging, Violent or Aggressive Behaviours CCVAB
6 hours CPD
University of Northumbria City Campus.
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8ST
This CPD event will include the release of findings following a new approach to 'Policing Childhood Challenging, Violent or Aggressive Behaviour'- also known as APVA, VCB, CPVA piloted and trialled by Northumbria Police from early 2019 to enable best practice for Multi-Agency support to be identified and developed. The day will include details of
findings for police response, prevalence, SEND indicators, behaviour traits , future recommendations and best practice suggestions.
Discussion of what living with CCVAB means for families
Strategies for supporting families
Working in partnership with families
Developing community support systems
The impact for siblings, child protection, early intervention and resilience
Please ensure you select and complete all options when booking before you add to cart and proceed to payment
FULL DETAILS OF THE DAY
08.30 Room CCE01: Registration opens
09.15 Room CCE01: Welcome: Northumbria Police. Detective Chief Inspector Louise Cass-Williams: Policing Childhood Challenging, Violent or Aggressive
Behaviour –developing understanding to support vulnerable families.
09.40 Room CCE01: Mr Al Coates MBE and Jeannine Hughes University of Northumbria: Policing Childhood Challenging, Violent or Aggressive Behaviour –
developing understanding to support vulnerable families- findings from research
10.45 Coffee Break and move to seminar room- please ensure you complete option choice on booking
11.00 Seminar options- delegates to select preferred option on booking
1: Room CCE02: Dr Sharon Vincent: Serious Case Reviews: Early intervention - siblings living with CCVAB in the home and CCVAB related SCRs
2: Room CCE03: Dr Wendy Thorley: rethinking responses and using what’s available- using World Health Category diagnosis and policies
12.00 Lunch - please ensure you complete option choice on booking
12.45 Room CCE01: Mr Al Coates MBE: NVR and other interventions
13.30 Room CCE01: Family Based Solutions- Joe Lettieri – moving forward together
14.30 Short break
14.45 Room CCE01: Mr Al Coates MBE and Mr Scott Casson-Rennie: Parent partnerships: living with CCVAB-as a parent/ carer –the lived experience.
15.30 Room CCE01: Mr Al Coates MBE: Where now, what next- Changing the Narrative