The History of Probation: power, politics and culture 1870-21st century

The History of Probation: power, politics and culture 1870-21st century

Thursday, 25 May 2017, 1.30pm-4.00pm

Room 1.16, Franklin-Wilkins Building (King's College London Waterloo Campus), Stamford Street, London SE1 9NH

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Speakers

'The History of Probation in the UK', Professor Philip Whitehead, Professor in Criminal and Social Justice, Teeside University.

There will also be a focus on two decisive moments:

'NAPO and a unified association of social workers, 1966-70', Keith Bilton, Secretary of Association of Child Care Officers,1966-70

'Social work qualification dropped for probation, 1995', Rachel Pierce, Assistant Director, CCETSW, 1995

We hope to have one further speaker - to be announced.

 

Booking for this event

SWHN events are open to all, but please book a place. To book a place please go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-history-of-probation-power-politics-and-culture-1870-21st-century-tickets-33076106525 (new for 2017; this is free and only requires name and email address). Thank you.

A donation towards running costs is welcomed on the day (nothing for students).

Any queries, please email stephen.martineau@kcl.ac.uk