Invitation to the ROC Conversation Brighton & Hove
Salvation Army Brighton Congress Hall 1-6 Park Crescent Terrace
Monday 2nd December 7pm-9.15pm
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We would like to invite you to come along to our ROC Conversation, a community consultation event in Brighton & Hove. These events provide an opportunity for people from different spheres in the community, including Police, Fire and Rescue Services, local Council, local community groups and individuals, as well as churches and faith based organisations. These events have often proven to be an incubator for ideas to be expressed and projects to be born.
We are delighted that Chief Constable of Sussex Police, Martin Richards will be joining us for the evening. The ROC vision is about ‘working togther for a safer, kinder society’ and the focus of this ROC Conversation will be on ‘The Level’ in Brighton and explore ideas such as a ROC chaplaincy initiative to make it a safer, kinder place for all to enjoy.
Redeeming Our Communities (ROC) is a national charity founded in 2004 with over 50 projects throughout the UK. The charity’s main aim is to bring about community transformation by creating strategic partnerships which open up opportunities for crime and disorder reduction and improved community cohesion. This partnership approach has seen crime and anti-social behaviour fall and fresh hope brought to communities all across of the UK, urban and rural alike.
ROC brings together community groups, churches, the police, the fire service, local authorities and voluntary agencies to encourage them to work together in positive partnerships for practical ‘on the ground’ change. As a result, statutory agencies have improved access to the support of community/church groups, and thousands of volunteers are enabled to better serve the needs of their community. This idea is proving to be even more valuable in the light of the current economic climate and the Big Society.
“At the heart of anything we do for our communities, we rely on the dedication and support of community initiatives like ROC. The work of Redeeming Our Communities fits with our aims and objectives to keep our communities safe across the county.” – Neville Kemp, Chief Superintendent Sussex Police.
We do hope you are able to join us and attend this event which will offer new and exciting challenges for the future. If you are hoping to be with us for the ROC Conversation on Monday 2nd December would you please reply to: email@example.com
Debra Green OBE
Executive Director, Redeeming Our Communities
REDEEMING OUR COMMUNITIES – Lancaster House – Harper Road – Sharston – Manchester – M22 4RG T: 0161 946 2373 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: http://www.roc.uk.com
Registered charity number 1139817 – Registered company number 7327258