On Wednesday 10 May, Dr Neil Sinclair and Prof Murphy from the Tizard Centre contributed to the London seminar on ‘Behaviour that challenges: planning services for people with learning disabilities and /or autism who sexually offend’. Dr Sinclair and Prof Murphy co-chair the SOTSEC-ID organisation that provides treatment across the UK and in parts of Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Spain and elsewhere, for this group of offenders (see http://www.kent.ac.uk/tizard/sotsec
Keynote speaker in the seminar was Lord Bradley; also contributing in the seminar was Dr Tania Tancred, a long term collaborator with SOTSEC-ID from Probation Services in Kent. The seminar was organised by Andrea Hollomotz (University of Leeds) and Jenny Talbot OBE (Prison Reform Trust).
Photo (left to right): Jenny Talbot OBE, Lord Bradley, Prof Murphy, Dr Neil Sinclair and Dr Tania Tancred.