Death by Dangerous Driving – Overcoming my own barriers

This online event will give you an opportunity to navigate the pitfalls and asks questions about any concerns you may have in preparing a participant for a sensitive and complex case both from the perspective of a victim and a practitioner.

 

 

 

Perspectives of a participant and practitioner

Working on sensitive and complex cases, where a death has occurred can be daunting for even the most experienced of practitioners. From a standards perspective sensitive and complex cases require additional skillset and preparation to help practitioners to create a ‘safe’ space to explore the appropriateness of restorative justice. Sometimes the fear of getting things wrong can create unconscious barriers and / or confidence issues.

During this event, Frances will share her restorative journey following the conviction of the driver responsible for killing Kate, her daughter, through death by dangerous driving. 

She will tell us Kate’s story and the impact her death had not only on her family but the community as a whole. You will also hear how restorative justice has contributed to their recovery and closure.

“We had never heard of Restorative Justice, but this has allowed us to gain a greater understanding of the circumstances and so helped contribute to the closure process.”

Frances will be hosting one of the breakout sessions, providing you the opportunity to ask questions about her experience of all stages of a restorative justice process.

A second breakout session will be hosted by the case practitioner from Make Amends, providing the opportunity for you to ask questions about process, case management decisions and how the RJC’s Sensitive and Complex case guidance was implemented.

To attend this online event you will need access to ZOOM. Event login details will be circulated prior to the meeting.

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Event Overview

11.00am
Welcome and House Keeping
11.05am
Introduction to event
11.15am
Frances Story
11.45am
COMFORT BREAK
11.50am
Break out room 1
Q+A session with case practitioners
Break out room 2
Q+A session with service user
12.20pm
Break out room 1
Q+A session with case practitioners
Break out room 2
Q+A session with service user
12.50pm
Break out room summary
Each host to provide an overview of the session
13.00pm
Standards reflection – what have we learnt from this session?
13.15pm
Close

!!Spaces at this event are limited so early registration is recommended!!



The RJC are grateful to Frances for participating in this CPD event; as a gesture of our appreciation, we will be making a donation to the St. Minver Community Hub in memory of her daughter Kate.

 

St Minver Lowlands Parish Council have supported the setting up of a Registered Charity as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) called St Minver Community Hub, with a view to creating a Community Hub that is the centre of the community and for the benefit of all. Frances and her family would like to know that there will be a lasting tribute to their daughter and have requested that our donation be made to this worthy cause.

 



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All event fees are inclusive of VAT

When
10 Jul 2020 11:00am   through   1:15 PM
Location
ONLINE EVENT
Event Fee(s)
Accredited / Registered Practitioner £ 18.00
RJC Member £ 24.00
Non-Member £ 54.00

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