Brake holds seminars for family liaison officers

10.38 | 17 August 2011 |

Two seminars for traffic family liaison officers (FLOs) working with families bereaved or seriously injured in road crashes are to be held in London and Wakefield during the autumn period.

Organised by Brake, the road safety charity, and supported by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and the Police Federation, the ‘Police family liaison following a road death or serious injury’ seminars will showcase FLO best practice and explain voluntary sector services for road crash victims.

Confirmed speakers include RoadPeace, and Frances Bourne, Hertfordshire coordinator for the Road Victims Trust. There will also be academic speakers discussing how families experience grief, sessions from ACPO and the National Policing Improvement Agency, and FLO best practice case studies.

The events take place on 6 October in London and 2 November in Wakefield. To book a place call 01484 559909 or email:

For more information contact Kath Hartley at Brake on 01484 559909.


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