Sexual offences: Working together best practice update
Live session on MS Teams
23rd April 2021
9.30am – 12.30pm:
- Intelligence sharing options for self-referred cases - representatives from Police Scotland
- Raped abroad – LBT Global –Matt Searle, Chief Executive
- Non-fatal strangulation - Saint Mary’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre and SAFE Place Merseyside - Dr Catherine White, Clinical Director S
Scottish government CMO taskforce session
Pre-recorded session to be emailed
- Overview and update on the work of the CMO Taskforce
A third session is in the planning stages with details to follow
To provide an update on sexual offences legislation within Scotland and an update on regional service delivery models including access as self-referred cases and information sharing options with Police Scotland. Information on aspects of case management from key speakers including assessment following disclosure of non-fatal strangulation and disclosure of sexual violence abroad.
Professionals working within forensic sexual offences services in Scotland, in particular forensic examiners, nurses, child medical examiners, police and agencies working with victims of sexual violence
Blended format with some live sessions on MS Teams and some pre-recorded content emailed to delegates for self-study.
Dr Deb Wardle and Dr Julie Cumming, Associate Postgraduate Deans’ in Forensic Medical Examination, NHS Education for Scotland