19th October 2005
CRIMINAL QUESTION TIME AT THE UNIVERSITY
Members of the public are being
given the chance to put their questions to the chief officers of
‘Criminal Justice Question Time’ has
been organised by the National Probation Service in
The panel will be made up of members of the Lincolnshire Criminal Justice Board which consists of the Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police, Tony Lake; Alison Kerr from the Crown Prosecution Service; Richard Redgrave from Her Majesty’s Court Service; John Simkins from the Youth Offending Service; Graham Nicholls from the Probation Service and Governor of Lincoln Prison, Lynn Saunders.
It will be chaired by BBC Radio Lincolnshire breakfast show presenter Rod Whiting and will also be recorded for broadcasting later in the year.
Lincolnshire Criminal Justice Board secretary, Linda Pett, said: “One of the main aims of this event which is sponsored by the Home Office is to raise people’s confidence in the criminal justice system.
“It’s an excellent
opportunity for the people of
The event will be held on Saturday 22nd October from 11.30am till 12.30pm in the Jackson Lecture Theatre in the university’s main academic building. Admission and parking are free.
The organisers would particularly like to encourage students on Law, Criminology and Social Policy courses to attend. To reserve a place and pose a question call 01522 558570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information contact:
Kate Strawson, Assistant Press Officer
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