Identification & Brief Advice – Police, Prisons and Probation
Problem gambling is disproportionately prevalent among those in the criminal justice system. From arrestees to those on probation, there is compelling evidence that problem gambling is an issue which too often remains unidentified.
Provide your staff with the knowledge and skills to be aware of, understand and screen for problem gambling.
This training will enable staff to understand the complexities of the issue and will equip your team with the knowledge of which services they can signpost to for further support.
This training is for anyone working within the criminal justice system, at any stage. Please note we offer reduced fees for charities and statutory sector organisations.
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