2nd Tizard Forensic Issues conference, London, 19 December 2018

People with intellectual disabilities and/or autism as suspects and offenders in the CJS

Course Code


Course Date

19th December 2018

Places Available


Course Leader

Professor Glynis Murphy

Course Fee


Course Description

This is a one-day workshop providing an update on forensic issues and people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism

9.00 Arrival, registration and coffee

9.30 The new offender behaviour programmes in prison for people with ID

Laura Shepherd, HMPPS

10.15 Psychological interventions for offenders with IDD who have a history of criminal offending – The EQUIP feasibility trial

Peter Langdon, Tizard Centre

11.00 Coffee

11.15 Probation services: changing for the better?

Tania Tancred, Kent Probation Services

12.00 Screening for LD in the CJS – how is it going?

Glynis Murphy, Tizard Centre

12.45 Lunch

2.15 Autism and the CJS

Clare Melvin, Tizard Centre

3.00 Transforming Care: Is it working?

Viv Cooper, CBF and Gavin Harding

4.00pm General discussion & then close

If you have any accessibility requirements, please contact j.c.fotheringham@kent.ac.uk

For any queries, please email: j.c.fotheringham@kent.ac.uk

To book your place and for more information, visit https://store.kent.ac.uk/short-courses/professional-studies/kent-innovation-enterprise/2nd-tizard-forensic-issues-conference