Brake, the road safety charity, is delighted to announce that Barlow Robbins, specialist solicitors in maximum severity and fatal crashes, have continued their support for Brake’s annual Family Liaison Officer Conference, and will be co-sponsoring the event in 2017.
This essential Police family liaison following a road death or serious injuryconference will be held in Birmingham on Thursday 12 October 2017, and offers an excellent training opportunity to FLOs from across the country.
Delegates at the event will be offered the chance to engage in national level discussions, about all the latest developments in best practice in support for people bereaved and seriously injured in road traffic crashes.
This conference would not be possible without generous sponsorship provided by Brake’s corporate supporters, and Brake would like to thank Barlow Robbins for their crucial and continued support for this event, which is essential to enabling this event to run.
Thanks to this kind sponsorship, a limited number of free places will be available to the police at this conference. Any FLOs or officers who would be interested in attending the event should contact Shane Bates at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Attendance at this event offers an excellent networking opportunity for all traffic FLOs, victim support professionals and emergency services workers. For further information, please visit www.brake.org.uk, or email email@example.com.
Jack Kushner, Victim Support Events and Marketing Officer at Brake, says: “Brake is proud of the development opportunities that we are able to run for FLOs, and we are incredibly grateful to Barlow Robbins for their continued support of this crucial event. Without the support of partners such as Barlow Robbins, this conference would not be possible, and we would encourage all traffic FLOs to attend this event, to develop their knowledge of best practice. As a charity, Brake is committed to working in liaison with FLOs and the police, and we are delighted to be able to run this important event again in 2017.”
Emma Potter, Partner at Barlow Robbins, says: “Through my years of experience in supporting families who have been bereaved or seriously injured through road traffic crashes, I am very aware of the incredibly important role that FLOs play. I am delighted that Barlow Robbins can enable the running of this event, and am proud of the part we are able to play in supporting FLOs vital work. Brake’s FLO Conference is a wonderful opportunity for emergency service workers and officers; it continues to provide training as well as a being a platform for professionals to network and share best practice advice on supporting those affected by road crashes. I would encourage all FLOs and emergency services workers to attend this conference, which offers a great opportunity to work with other professionals and build on current skills.”