Contact Consulting commissioned by the States of Jersey to lead a project that will examine the way in which survivors who experienced abuse in Jersey’s child care system can be remembered.

Contact Consulting has been commissioned by the States of Jersey to lead a project that will examine the way in which survivors who experienced abuse in Jersey’s child care system can be remembered. This follows the recommendation in the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry that there was a need to  ‘acknowledge the realities of the past and speak to the future aspirations of the Island for its looked after children’ through some form of memorial.   Contact Consulting are seeking survivors who can take part in a series of facilitated, confidential discussions in May and June 2018 to explore the ways in which the experience of those affected can best be acknowledged.   By volunteering you can be assured that:   YOUR VOICE WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE YOU CAN DECIDE HOW MUCH YOU WANT TO SAY YOU WILL NOT BE IDENTIFIED OUTSIDE OF THE GROUP   If you would like to take part or know more, please contact [...]

Contact Consulting to lead work on criminal justice transformation

Contact Consulting is delighted to have been commissioned to lead an exciting project as part of transforming the criminal justice system in Jersey. Working with the Department for Community and Constitutional Affairs, the work will explore the concept of justice on the island, how the system could be improved and shape the concept of what criminal justice should mean for citizens and what values an principles should underpin it. Starting in late April the project will use an appreciate inquiry model, reporting in the summer of 2018 Steve Appleton, Managing Director of Contact Consulting said: "We are pleased to have been asked to help to shape the future of the criminal justice system in Jersey. We look forward to working with those working in the system as well as those who are affected by it, and to shaping a new way of working."