EACH’s Executive Director, Jonathan Charlesworth is an Expert Adviser included within the National Crime Agency’s database of accredited professionals called upon regularly by the criminal justice system for consultation, expert advice and training on male rape and hate crime. Jonathan co-Chairs the South West Crown Prosecution Service’s Local Scrutiny Involvement Panel.
Since 2000 Jonathan has worked closely with all of the criminal justice system agencies – providing training and consultancy to:
Training and consultancy is tailor-made to match your workforce requirements. For the police service, for example, this facilitates either meeting national compliances or local needs.
Jonathan Co-Chairs the Crown Prosecution Service’s South West Local Scrutiny and Involvement Panel. The Panel is a key mechanism to engage with local stakeholders to support improvements on Rape & Serious Sexual Assault, Domestic Abuse and Hate Crime prosecutions across the region. Jonathan’s an experienced facilitator, enabling members to contribute their views using his own expertise to draw out insights and promote a positive ethos of constructive learning.
Victoria Cook, Chief Crown Prosecutor,
Crown Prosecution Service South West
As someone who has spent a lifetime dealing with the consequences of crime, harassment, bullying and hate in its various guises it is welcome to see EACH’s interventions to tackle homophobia, help prevent harm and contribute towards a society that is fair, just and inclusive. Jonathan has been offering valuable advice and training to constabularies for many years.”
Andy Marsh QPM, Avon and Somerset Constabulary