Coffee and Check-in: Working Through a Pandemic
First Guest: Wendy Sinclair Gieben, Chief Inspector of Prisons, Scotland
Our short informal sessions (45 min, at 11:00) give Justice and Arts Scotland members the opportunity to hear from people in the Justice sector respond to three questions:
How are things going in your area just now?
What are some things that you’ve had to adjust due to the impact of COVID?
What are some surprises that you’ve experienced along the way?
Remaining time is used for Q&A
So, make a cuppa and join us!
|15 October 2020
|HM INSPECTORATE OF PRISONS FOR SCOTLANDhttps://www.prisonsinspectoratescotland.gov.uk@hmipscot
|Wendy Sinclair GiebenHM Chief Inspector of Prisons, Scotland
|12 November 2020
|Colin McFarlaneNational Programme Manager
|16 December 2020
|Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership Community Justice Glasgow
|Jim McBrideHead of Adult Services (Criminal Justice and Homelessness)
Lynsey SmithService Manager, Justice Central Services
|14 January 2021
|Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ)
|Debbie Nolan and Ruth Kerracher
|Scottish Prison Service