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'What next for Probation? Learning from Lived Experience'

Dr Mullen will be joining us in person for his talk on ‘What next for Probation? Learning from lived Experience’. He is Revolving Doors’ Research Manager and has several years’ experience conducting peer-led and participatory research alongside people with lived experience of multiple disadvantage. He played a key role in helping to facilitate the inquiry and in supporting our Probation Lived Experience Team to shape its direction. Philip will be joined in this seminar by two members of our Probation Lived Experience Team.

This seminar is an opportunity to hear about Revolving Doors’ lived experience inquiry into probation, featuring the perspectives of 141 people with lived experience and 35 probation practitioners. Revolving Doors is a national charity that brings lived experience insight together with research and policy expertise to champion solutions for tackling the revolving door of crisis and crime. The inquiry was led from the outset by people with lived experience of probation supervision and yields important findings and solutions in areas including probation’s culture, probation’s roles in prisons and courts, and in building honest and productive relationships in supervision. The seminar will be presented by members of Revolving Doors’ Inquiry team, including people with lived experience’


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Thursday, 28 April, 2022 - 17:30 to 19:00
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