BAWP is to hold another

Professional Development Day

at the

Copthorne Hotel, Dudley, West Midlands

in April.

Entitled " Working patterns for the future" the event will use as a base the recent Home Office  research paper 'Flexible working practices in the police service' , the author of which has agreed to speak.

Home Office Minister John Denham has been invited to give the keynote speech, and a representative from Cleveland Police will give a presentation on their  experience so far in operating flexible working not previously used within the UK.

The event will commence pm Wednesday 24th April with a session led by BAWP President, Assistant Chief Constable Julie Spence of Thames Valley Police.
The main body of the conference will take place on Thursday 25th April 2002.

The Professional Development Day offers excellent value at a cost to members of
145 for 24hr  delegates and 60 for day delegates.
Non members will be charged 170 and 90 respectively.

Enquiries to BAWP National Co-ordinator, Irene Divine  

telephone/fax 01706 216331

or by post to

BAWP,  PO Box 999, Rossendale, Lancs, BB4 8GE