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What has Professor Keith Brown been up to?

23rd January 2019

Professor Keith Brown, The Director of the National Centre for Professional Practice, has been travelling around England to various different events to spread our message on Financial Scamming.

Keith Brown is due to speak at these future conferences:

2019

26-27th November 2019, CThe SOCEX Economic Crime Conference, Stratford-Upon-Avon.

Keith Brown has spoken at these previous conferences:

9th October 2019,Working Together to Prevent Financial Harm, ‘Financial Fraud & Scamming’,Glasgow

27th September 2019, Contextual abuse of Vulnerable Elderly people, ‘The changing face of exploitation’, Birmingham NEC.

24th June 2019, Financial Scamming and Social Work practice week, Coventry University

12-13th June 2019, National Scams Team and Consumer Empowerment Alliance Conference, Brighton

21st May 2019, Association of Public Authority Deputies Annual Conference, ‘Mental Capacity’, Birmingham

10th May 2019, Safer Lincolnshire, Partnership and Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board ‘Scamference’ to tackle loneliness to beat scammers, Grantham.

2019

9th April 2019, NHS England Safeguarding Conference, Old Trafford, Manchester.

3rd April 2019, Queens Nursing Institute Scotland Conference, Edinburgh.

22nd February 2019, Social Care Research in Practice Conference, Belfast.

14th February 2019, Join The Fight Conference with Norfolk and Suffolk Trading Standards, Ipswich.

2018

30th November 2018, Financial Scam Smart Day with Paul Murray, Portsmouth.

8th November 2018, Shropshire Safeguarding Children’s Board Exploitation Conference, Financial Exploitation Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act.

The conference was opened by a representative from the Office for Police and Crime Commissioner.

Other speakers included:
-Dez Holmes Director RIP/RIPFA Mind the Gap – Redesigning our Safeguarding Response
-Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children, Separated Child’s Journey from Sudan to Shropshire
-National Crime Agency, Modern Slavery
-CSE and the Holly Project
-Children’s Services/Andy Begley Director of Adults Services

7th November 2018, NHS England Named GP Safeguarding conference, “What are we missing?”, aimed at Named GPs and Named Nurses Primary Care working in the north region,  Leeds.

25th October 2018, Safeguarding those at risk of financial abuse, Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland, Edinburgh.

17th October 2018, The National Association of Financial Assessment Officers Conference, Financial Fraud and Scamming: An update on the scale of the problem and the consequences for Local Authorities and Communities, Birmingham.

11th October 2018, Adult Safeguarding Awareness, Isolation and Exploitation: Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, Kent Police Training College.

3rd July 2018, London Borough of Tower Hamlets  Safeguarding Adults Conference, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, London.

12th June 2018, Cifas APPG Launch, Financial Scamming and Fraud, London House of Commons.

19th June 2018, Cifas Annual Conference, Central London.

18th May 2018, Burdett Trust for Nursing, Lunch of Financial Scamming Training Materials for Healthcare Professionals, Dorset.

5th April 2018, NHS England’s 5th Annual National Conference, A Journey of Discovery and Challenges for the Future, Manchester.

9th March 2018, Somerset Safeguarding Adults Annual Conference, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, Somerset.

22nd March 2018, RiPfA Partnership Conference, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, Birmingham.

7th March 2018, IOW LSAB Annual Conference, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, Isle of Wight.

20th February 2018, Above and Beyond, Emerging Areas of Safeguarding for Those Working with the Vulnerable in Society, London.

2017

7th December 2017, Home Office “Protecting Older People from the Effects of Crime”, Financial Scamming – What we know so far and the issues regarding older people, London.

4th December 2017, City of London Cooperation, Tackling scams and financial abuse in the City, London.

20th November 2017, National Mental Capacity Leadership Forum, Financial Scamming – What we know so far and the issues regarding mental capacity, London. 

14th November 2017, Elegant Solutions Client General Meeting, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, Dorking.

11th November 2017, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Master Class, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, Barking.

17th October 2017, St. James’s Place Long Term Care Conference, Warwick.

12th October 2017 ,N.W ADASS Adult Safeguarding Event, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, Manchester.

11-13th October 2017, National Children and Adult Services Conference, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, Bournemouth. 

22nd September 2017, Bournemouth University, Cyber Scams and financial fraud targeting vulnerable adults, London House of Commons.

NCPP Bournemouth University

13th September 2017, Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board: Uniting Norfolk against scams and financial abuse, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, Norwich.

26th-29th June 2017, CTSI Annual Conference, Safeguarding Adults – Financial Scamming and Mental Capacity, Harrogate.

June 2017, Social Work going forward – What next?, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, Exeter.

June 2017, ADASS London Council’s Social Care Learning & Development Event, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, London.

5th June 2017, Learn to Care, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, London.

23rd May 2017, Isle of Wight Against Scams Partnership, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, Isle of Wight.

19th May 2017, Physical & Sensory Impairment and HIV Network, Financial Scamming, Next of Kin and the Role of the Mental Capacity Act, London.

26th April 2017, CTSI Yorkshire & Humber Spring Branch Meeting, Financial Scamming: What do we know? What needs to be done and reflection on our research to date, Yorkshire.

22nd February 2017, Checkatrade Symposium,  Financial Scamming: What do we know? What needs to be done and reflection on our research to date, Birmingham.

25th January 2017, Surrey Scams Conference,  Financial Scamming – How can L.P.A’s help and the role of the Mental Capacity Act, Epsom Downs Racecourse.

2016

23rd November 2016, Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards “The Cost of Scams And Financial Abuse: working together to protect residents from harm”, Financial Scamming – How can L.P.A’s help and the role of the Mental Capacity Act, High Wycombe.

16th November 2016, Trading Standards Join the Fight Conference 2016 Financial Scamming – How can L.P.A’s help and the role of the Mental Capacity Act “Trinity Park, Suffolk

14th October 2016,Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) South East Branch Autumn meeting, Financial Scamming – How can L.P.A’s help and the role of the Mental Capacity Act, Shoreham

11th October 2016, Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA), Conference 2016, Financial Scamming – How can L.P.A’s help and the role of the Mental Capacity Act, Westminster, London.

19th September 2016, Regional Yorkshire and Humber BIA Conference, Financial Scamming – How can L.P.A’s help and the role of the Mental Capacity Act, Leeds.

14th September 2016, Professional Judgement and Self Leadership: The Key for Social Work Survival, Turning the Tide on Social Work, Blackpool.

21st June 2016, Chartered Trading Standards Institute Conference, Financial Scamming: Our Campaign and Research to Date, Telford.

19th May 2016, National Association of Financial Assessment Officers (NAFAO) Conference, Safeguarding Adults at Risk from Scams, Who are the most vulnerable: The impact of mental capacity.

23rd March 2016, National Trading Standards Scams Team and Consumer Empowerment Alliance Conference, Safeguarding Adults at Risk from Scams, Who are the most vulnerable: The impact of mental capacity.

7th March 2016, Pan-Sussex Trading Standards Scams Conference, Safeguarding Adults at Risk from Scams, Who are the most vulnerable: The impact of mental capacity, Sussex.

28th January 2016, Berkshire Environmental Health, Safeguarding Adults at Risk from Scams: Who are the most vulnerable?, Wokingham.

2015

24th November 2015, Safeguarding Adults at Risk from Scams: Who are the most vulnerable?, Woking.

28th October 2015, Safeguarding Adults at Risk from Scams: A collaborative research approach, London.

28th September 2015, Safeguarding Adults at Risk from Scams: A collaborative research approach, London


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