Intersols CEO had the pleasure some years ago to work briefly with Adele Gladman, Director of Safeguarding Children Training and Cosultancy, on a training project addressing, somewhat prophetically, the emerging threat of abuse of power by those in positions of control to enable sexual offending.

Adele has gone on to develop her safeguarding consultancy and has asked for support to promote their event:

Making Justice Work for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation, a unique 1 day conference which gives those attending the chance to see the criminal justice system like you have never seen it before. This is an event which is relevant for all those services supporting vulnerable child witnesses and historical victims, as well as those working within the criminal justice system. We are thrilled to have the support of the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire who will be opening the event as well as a range of high profile speakers- survivors and their family members, senior representatives from central government, survivors, highly experienced practitioners, and academia sharing their practical experience and the latest research. In sharing innovative work across the UK, this conference offers true value for money, enabling participants to gain unique insights from a range of perspectives to take back into practice.

Full details and bookings to attend can be made via this link: