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OR Society Criminal Justice Sector SIG meeting November 18th 2015

OR Society logoOur next meeting will be held in London on November 18th from 1.30pm – 4.30pm. We have a range of most interesting speakers lined up for you including:  Jacqui Taylor from Flying Binary, Jane Parkin from Carr House Consulting, Larry Phillips from LSE and David Wrigley from Orvis Consulting.

Jacqui has 25 years’ experience of deploying technology change, including an appointment in the Cabinet Offce as an independent Ministerial Adviser and an Open Data domain expert. She will outline a recent project for NHS England where her company as core technology suppliers deployed their Smart City data platforms as part of the NHS Citizen project. Jacqui will also suggest how these developments might be useful to the CJ community.

Jane, who is a member of the ORS Board and of Jigsaw Consultants, has recently done some research and project work on ‘Well-being’ measures for comparing the effect of different rosters on staff and will describe these measures to us .

As well as a Visiting Professor at LSE and Director of its Decision Capability Group, Larry is also Director of Facilitations Ltd; he is known by many of us in particular for his expertise in decision conferencing. He will talk to us about his extensive work on modelling the harm of drugs for the UK and EU.

David, who is also a member of Jigsaw, will describe to us his recent work for a government agency on optimising rosters.

Further info will be posted here as soon as possible. Contact for further details.

We look forward to seeing you there!










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