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Circles UK Conference 2010

Circles UK National Conference 2010

"Ever Increasing Circles?" Strengthening the community of Circles of Support and Accountability and their partners.

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The Circles UK annual national conference was held at the Priory Rooms meeting and conference centre in Birmingham on 20th October 2010.  We were delighted to have over 170 delegates in attendance, including a number from across Europe and beyond, all of whom contributed to making the day both thought-provoking and energising.

Powerpoint presentations for speakers and seminars can be accessed below.

Chris Lee, Deputy Chief Constable, Dorset Police
"Circles-A Police Perspective"

Peter Saunders, Chief Executive, National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC)

Bas Vogelvang, Associate Professor, Probation and Safety Policy, Avans University - and representing Cirkels Holland - "Circles NL"
(Powerpoint presentation too large to be uploaded to website - please contact Circles UK if you wish to access this presentation)

"Safeguarding Through Circles"

"Steering the Steering Group"

"Diversity Within and Outside Circles"

"Better Lives: the Treatment Background"

"Volunteer Perspectives on Support and Accountability"

"Faith Community Based Circles"

"Raising Funds"

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Circles UK, as the umbrella charity for Circles Projects across England Wales can provide information on the availability of Circles across England and Wales and how to volunteer for our work. Circles UK itself does not provide advice or counselling. In a situation when anyone contacting us provides identifying information and raises our concerns that a child is at risk, or a criminal offence has been committed of which the police may be unaware, we will pass that information onto the appropriate agencies.