Operational Research

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OR Society Criminal Justice SIG Spring 2018 Meeting – summary

We had a great meeting on Tuesday with three interesting and very different presentations. Pam Murphy told us about her role as a member of the Independent Prisons Monitoring Board at HMP Wandsworth. I wasn’t aware of this organisation which was set up by statute to prevent the abuse of prisoners in custody. They provide … Continue reading

OR Society Criminal Justice Special Interest Group Spring Meeting – have you booked a place?

Date: Tuesday 13 March 2018, Time: 13:30-16:30, Venue: Central London We still have a few places left for our meeting on March 13th, so don’t delay – book now if you’d like to come! A detailed agenda and joining instructions will be sent soon to all those who have booked. A reminder of the details … Continue reading

“Measuring the good” – a structured volunteering opportunity

Last night, I attended a briefing session run by Antonia Orr (Coalition for Efficiency) and Angela Schelnkhoff-Hus (Volunteering Matters) to find out more about “Measuring the Good“.   Measuring the Good is a skills-based volunteering programme. Skilled volunteers are connected to charities and social enterprises that need help to identify and develop the way they measure … Continue reading

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