How is the justice system serving autistic people?
When and where
DATE: Thursday 13 December, 2018
Time: 8:30am registration for 9.30 start, finish 4.30pm
VENUE: Church House, Westminster, London, SW1P 3NZ
COST: Costs per delegate of £170.00 + VAT or early bird booking before 31 July 2018 of £140.00 + VAT
The conference will explore critical aspects of how the justice system currently serves those autistic people who might experience it – as suspects, offenders, witnesses and professionals. The consequences of failure can be far reaching and with serious consequences for all concerned. It is essential that best practice is understood, developed and applied. This will include representation, communication, interviews and options for dealing with autistic people at each stage of the criminal justice process.
We will learn from a range of speakers with first-hand expertise to develop our understanding and importantly our practice. This will include prominent figures from the law, including law enforcement and other areas of the justice system, academia and from autistic people and their families. We are delighted that award winning solicitor Karen Todner has agreed to give the opening keynote.
For more info and to book your spot, visit: https://www.atautism.org/rough-justice-conference-2018/