Criminal justice network co-convenor
Are you interested in becoming a co-convenor of this vibrant and lively network of ACF members who fund work in criminal justice, enabling them to share information and practice in this area of funding? The network provides an opportunity to meet with peers to compare experiences, explore issues and share best practice.
This is a voluntary role and together with a co-convenor, tasks include:
- planning and facilitating two or three network meetings a year
- using your knowledge of issues facing the criminal justice system to be able to develop meetings that meet the needs of ACF members
- engage high quality speakers to speak at the network meetings
- provide network meeting descriptions to advertise the meetings and create short meeting write ups.
Convenors at ACF play a significant and pivotal role in enabling ACF members to come together and discuss issues and topics. You will become part of a vibrant team of volunteer convenors from ACF membership and have opportunities to have contact with a wide range of members (100+ members are currently signed up to this network).
ACF supports the role of convenor through providing advice on meeting structure, providing travel expenses to speakers, advertising the meetings and managing the bookings.
Full details of the Convenor Role and Responsibilities can be found here.
Please note that this role is open to ACF members only.