New Blog – “A load of unholy cobblers”

“A load of unholy cobblers” Why I disagree with Quentin Letts: Safeguarding training matters.   In a recent article for the Daily Mail, Quentin Letts vented his spleen on being ‘ordered’ to undergo safeguarding training when, much to his indignation, ‘there was no shortage of lawn-mowing to be done’.  In this blog, I will respond […]

Why GDPR needn’t be a headache for schools and educational establishments

If, like many of us, you have spent the past few weeks being bombarded by information about GDPR and trying to make sense of the avalanche of websites, factsheets and webinars out there, fear not for help is at hand! Adele Gladman of Safeguarding Children Training and Consultancy Ltd is running a GDPR briefing event […]

Adele Gladman and Berneslai Homes launch new online safety guide for families

Adele Gladman and Berneslai Homes are using Safer Internet Day to officially launch the new resource that they have been collaborating on for the past year A Parents’ Guide to Online Safety give some good tips and advice for parents, as well as resources and activities for them to do with their children, to help […]

Adele Gladman contributes to Sky News broadcast

On 26 January I contributed to a discussion on Sky News about different ways to raise awareness of CSE in schools, and some of the challenges Click on the link below to view the broadcast If you would like to know more about my work in schools, please get in touch!

Key learning discussed from national conference Making Justice Work

The Making Justice Work conference was held on 5 January 2018. The experiences, stories and practice expertise made for a successful learning and development event. Here is a link to a VLOG reviewing the key learning from the day which will be of interest to anyone working with children, vulnerable adults or working within the […]

Final call! Last chance to book!

Today is the last day for booking on tomorrow’s conference #MakingJusticeWork in Leeds. Don’t miss out on your chance to hear from up to 8 experts in the field of early vulnerability, trauma, good practice in police investigations, and alternatives to current court systems    

Why I am making a New Year’s resolution that counts this year

You may have read about a conference that I am organising, in partnership with Basis Leeds, which is taking place on 5th January 2018. Amber Wilson and I decided to plan Making Justice Work over 18 months ago. We did so in recognition that although we were seeing some positive things- victims coming forward and […]

Did you know that there is a link between sexual abuse, offending behaviour and self harm in young males?

Did you know that there is a link between sexual abuse, offending behaviour and self harm in young males? One of our conference speakers at #MakingJusticeWork is Dr. Danielle McDermott, Senior Lecturer for  Forensic Psychology at Leeds Trinity University. Danielle previously  worked in the Psychology Department of one of the busiest local prisons in the […]

Do you want to know more about how juries make decisions in rape trials?

One of the keynote speakers at our forthcoming conference is Dr Dominic Willmott, a Research Fellow based within the University of Huddersfield’s None-in-Three Global Research Centre for Gender-Based Violence. Dominic’s work has focused upon the application of psychological principles within forensic and criminal justice domains. His PhD research examined the extent to which juror bias […]

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