Annual Conference 2017 - 'Tackling Exploitation: Safeguarding Children and Adults in Milton Keynes'

Date & Time:

Friday 17 November 2017 (9.15am - 1pm)


Arena MK, Arena MK (next to MK Dons) Stadium Way Milton Keynes


This year, the Milton Keynes Safeguarding Board is holding a joint safeguarding children and adults conference – Tackling Exploitation: Safeguarding Children and Adults in Milton Keynes. The half-day event will take place on Friday 17th November 2017 at the Arena MK, Stadium MK in Milton Keynes.

Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from the following speakers:

  • Lorin LaFave, Breck Foundation (Online Exploitation presenter)
  • Miriam Bentley-Rose, N-W Leicestershire District Council (Prevent presenter)
  • Justine Currell, Unseen (Modern Slavery presenter)
  • Dr Alison Gardner, University of Nottingham (Modern Slavery presenter)

Delegates will also receive important information regarding the new safeguarding partnership arrangements in Milton Keynes. More information can be found by viewing the event flyer here.

This year's conference is offered at the very competitive price of £35.00 per person, which includes a light brunch and free parking.  

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 15 November 2017.  

Please ensure that you have secured the funding for your place and have authorisation from your line manager. A payment reference number (eg Purchase Order number, ITO or similar) will be required to book onto this event, and please ensure you give the correct invoicing details when booking your place.

We are fortunate to have space for a number of exhibitors at this year’s conference, providing a fantastic opportunity for you to raise awareness of your agency or organisation amongst a large, multi-agency audience. 

If you have any questions about the event, please call 01908 254373, or e-mail

We look forward to seeing you on the day!


Booking has now closed for this event.

Further Information:

Venue Details:

Arena MK, Arena MK (next to MK Dons) Stadium Way Milton Keynes