The free online event is being hosted by WithYou and the University of Kent on 6 November at 10.30 am.
WithYou and the University of Kent are coming together to deliver a free, online learning event.
The session will examine criminal prosecution diversion for young people and the impact of the charity’s Re-Frame programme.
Re-Frame is a pre-arrest diversion which aims to divert children from the criminal justice system when they come to the attention of the police for possession of a class B or C substance. It is delivered by WithYou in Kent, Cornwall, Sefton, and Wigan, thanks to funding from the Youth Endowment Fund. The University of Kent is the chosen evaluation partner for the programme.
Jake Sinetos, Service Manager at Re-Frame, says: ‘I look forward to explaining how our Re-Frame programme works – and how we’re helping to divert children and young people from criminal prosecution.
I will be joined by Nadine Hendrie, trail manager from the University of Kent, who will discuss the randomised control trial and the pilot report evaluation.’
‘This is bound to be a really interesting session – book your free place now!’
The event will take place on Monday, 6 November from 10.30am via Google Meet.
It is free to attend. To register, please visit Eventbrite now.
For further information contact Jo Hamilton, Head of Communications at WithYou on email@example.com or 07974883432.
WithYou is a leading UK drug, alcohol and mental health charity. Each year it works with more than 100,000 people in over 120 locations across Scotland and England, providing a free and confidential service without judgement to people experiencing issues with drugs, alcohol or mental health. To find out more, please visit wearewithyou.org.uk
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