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Inquiry to hold two day seminar on child sexual abuse and the criminal justice system

15 Tachwedd 2017

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse will hold a two day seminar on child sexual abuse and the criminal justice system, on Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 November in London.  

Taking place at the Inquiry’s hearing centre in Pocock Street, London, the seminar will discuss victims and survivors experiences of the criminal justice system. We will also hear from organisations involved in the criminal justice system.

Victims and survivors as well as delegates from organisations in the criminal justice system have been invited to share their experiences.

Inquiry Chair Professor Alexis Jay OBE said:

“The criminal justice system is at the forefront of dealing with complainants, victims and survivors and the Inquiry is keen to learn from the experiences people have had.  

“This will include both good and bad experiences to inform the seminar and those responsible for ensuring fairness. The panel and I acknowledge the courage of victims and survivors who come forward and take part in these important discussions.”

The seminar will be open to the public and live streamed on the Inquiry website.

The agenda for both days are available in the Research section of our website.

If you would like to give advice to the Inquiry, you can find out about more ways to get involved by contacting us.

Seating will be limited and therefore it will be allocated on a first come, first serve, basis.  

Please inform the press team if you wish to attend pressoffice@iicsa.org.uk / tel: 0203 789 2114

For your security everyone entering the hearing centre must undergo a security search with a hand-held metal detector. Attendees should allow sufficient time for this. For more information about attending a seminar or hearing please read this document

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