27 Jan 2017

The theme of Triangle’s 20th birthday symposia will be ‘Opening Doors’, focusing on positive responses when children or young people may be telling or showing you that they are at risk.

Click here to view the programme.

The speakers lead the field in research and practice, combining knowledge from policing, law and psychology.

Penny Cooper is a well-known and widely published Professor of Law and Barrister with particular expertise in witness evidence.

The other speakers work together in Triangle’s forensic interviewing, intermediary and training teams. Reg Hooke and Ann Stuart MBE share a background in child protection policing and safeguarding training. Dr Michelle Mattison and Dr Kim Collins lecture in psychology at the Universities of Chester and Teesside respectively. Ruth Marchant and Charlie Orrell have backgrounds in psychology and speech and language therapy, specialising in children’s evidence.

The symposia will run in Brighton, London and Teesside in November 2017.

14th November - Brighton Symposium - click here to book places.*
20th November - London Symposium - click here to book places.*
23rd November - Teesside Symposium - click here to book places.*

*Early bird places are available until 22/09/17.

Email us here to find out more information and to request one of 20 free places.

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