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Generation Gap: Police and Young People in Our Cities

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Centre for London will be hosting a series of public breakfast discussions, bringing together a panel of experts and policymakers for three events at the Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat party conferences. We will be discussing the relationship between police and young people in Britain’s changing cities. This series of events is produced in partnership with Barrow Cadbury and the Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime.

Please note that the events at the Labour and Liberal Democrat conferences are open to all, whilst the event at the Conservative conference is within the secure zone, and therefore open to conference passholders only. We hope you can join us.

Labour Conference, Tuesday 23 September

Chair: Ben Rogers, Director Centre for London

Stephen Greenhalgh, London's Deputy Mayor for Policing

Sadiq Khan MP, Shadow Minister for Justice & London

Frances Crook, Howard League for Penal Reform

Tony Lloyd, Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner

Joyce Moseley, Transition to Adulthood Alliance

Venue: Gladstone Room, Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel, Manchester

Conservative Conference, Monday 29th September

Chair: Ben Rogers, Director Centre for London

Stephen Greenhalgh, London's Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime

Shaun Bailey, Prime Minister's Advisor on Youth and Crime

Dr Debbie Pippard, Vice Chair, Transition to Adulthood Alliance

Venue: Hall 11A, The ICC, Birmingham

Liberal Democrat Conference, Tuesday 7th October

Chair: Ben Rogers, Director Centre for London

Stephen Greenhalgh, London's Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime

Susan McVie, Professor of Criminology, Edinburgh

Karyn McCluskey, Director, Scotland's Violence Reduction Unit

Venue: Jura Room, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Glasgow