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Coping with CJ Cuts

The Operational Research Society’s Criminal Justice Special Interest Group will be meeting on 3rd February in London and the theme for the day will be “Coping with CJ cuts”.

Ian Seath will be presenting “Three tools to help identify efficiency savings” and the full agenda is as follows:

1100 Arrival and coffee
1115 Ian Seath (Process Improvement): Three tools to help identify efficiency savings
1200 Kevin Sheehy (Lanner): Identifying the best methods to address efficiency challenges
1245 Lunch break/networking
1315 Kit Harbottle (ex-Audit Commission): A friend in need? Tough questions for partnerships
1400 David Pritchard (Matrix Evidence Ltd): Challenges in getting models accepted and used
1445 Mike Marriot (MoJ): The MoJ modelling vision; Paul Allen (MoJ): the Crown Court workload model
1530 End/networking

If you’d like more information on this event, please e-mail us.

Ian’s presentation will be available online after the workshop.

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