Tackling Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Between Children in Schools and Colleges

With 30 years in the Police Force at ground and strategic level, Simon Bailey has been described as “One of the most interesting, and hard-hitting speakers on the subject of sexual violence, abuse and harrassment”, and, as the the recently published DfE consultation advice for education starts to shape what can be done, we hear from one of the most experienced and respected leaders in this complex area.


Absolutely! If you’d like to join the conversation live with your camera, there are a limited number of places, simply so we can manage the sessions effectively. Please register in the normal way and then email [email protected]

Equally, you may wish to sit back, relax and let it all play out, or you can add comments or questions in the Forum.

The sesions will be streamed, which means you won’t be seen (unless you decide to join in the conversation with your camera on by letting us know in advance you’d like to contribute live via the contact page on the website).

You have the flexibility to watch, listen and engage – without the ‘camera on pressure!’.

Feedback tells us that this the most popular format as it gives delegates flexibility to directly engage as little or as much as needed.

When you register, the sessions will be available for you to tick. We hope you’ll tick all sessions, even if you can’t make it on the day – there are opportunities to view the recordings and contribute to Forums afterwards.

We’re keeping it simple…. one registration = one conference place = all sessions. You can come and go as you need, but we hope you’ll keep us rolling even if you’re multi-tasking! :)

Don’t worry, once you’re registered, you can pass to a colleague if you can’t make it. Or, catch the post-event recordings!

Absolutely – please do. We would like as many people to engage as possible, so please share on your networks!

There’s always a chance with these things,  but, it’s unlikely, especially due to the online nature of the event.

Contributors

  • Simon Bailey
    Simon Bailey
    Former Chief Constable, Norfolk Police and Chair, Policing Institute for the Eastern Region

    Simon Bailey was a police officer for 29 years, serving predominantly as a detective in King’s Lynn and Norwich.

    In 1998, he was seconded to the National Crime Squad and as Detective Inspector he was responsible for managing covert operations at a national and international level targeting serious and organised crime gangs. In 2000 he was further seconded to the Rosemary Nelson murder investigation based in Northern Ireland. He worked for three years on the investigation before he returned to Norfolk as a Detective Superintendent with responsibility for intelligence.

    In December 2005 Simon Bailey was promoted to the rank of Detective Chief Superintendent and as Head of Crime he managed the force specialist crime and operations resources. In 2007 he was appointed to lead the force modernisation programme and whilst successfully leading this programme he passed the Police National Assessment Centre and between October 2008 and February 2009 attended the Police National Strategic Command Course. DCC Bailey was promoted to Deputy Chief Constable with responsibility for Legal Services, Human Resources, and Force Performance in September 2010, he was also lead for the Norfolk Policing model Review. On 10 June 2013, Mr Bailey was temporarily promoted to the rank of Temporary Chief Constable and on the 19th September 2013 was appointed Chief Constable by the Police and Crime Panel. In January 2014 Mr Bailey became the NPCC lead for Child Protection and Investigation and in May 2016 he also became NPCC lead for Violence and Public Protection.

    Simon is married with two children and two grandchildren. He was educated at Wymondham College and Norwich City College and has a Cambridge University Masters Degree in Criminology and Police Management. In January 2016, he was awarded the Queen’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service.

Date

22/10/2021

Time

2:20 pm - 3:00 pm
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