DA Champions Network Event
Tuesday, 18 April 2017 from 09:30 to 12:00 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
West Norfolk Domestic Abuse Change Champions Network Event (for DA Champions only)
Come along to our West Norfolk Domestic Abuse Network Event. A chance to meet with other DA champions, hear talks from guest speakers, and promote your service.
With Guest Speakers:
Samantha Allen is the Domestic Abuse Programme Manager for Norfolk County Council. She will be discussing the findings from the most recent Domestic Homicide Review summaries, and looking at how we can imbed these within frontline practice.
Shirley and Janie manage the organisation One Voice for Travellers. They will be talking about their project and the work they do with the Gypsy, Traveller and Roma community.
Nicky Hampson has an extensive background working with perpetrators of domestic abuse. She will focus on work with perpetrators of domestic abuse; what methods and models are used to challenge beliefs and behaviours.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
A pay-and-display system is in operation in the hospital.
At times the car park can become very busy. Please allow yourself good time to find a parking space. Parking spaces marked in blue are exclusively for the use of patients and visitors. Parking for up to 5 hours is £5.00.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will aim to respond to your query within 3 working days.
When & Where
Breckland and West Norfolk Domestic Abuse Change Coordinator - Zoe Harding
Hello I’m Zoe - the DA change coordinator for West Norfolk and Breckland. I have a varied background, working in different settings with victims, perpetrators, and children who have been affected by domestic abuse. I have worked for the prison service delivering offending behaviour programmes to adult and young offenders and as a project officer for Leeway assisting with the set-up of the first Leeway refuge in the Great Yarmouth area. I then trained as a Probation Officer and have worked with perpetrators of DA in the community and custodial settings. More recently, I joined the Norfolk Children’s Services Early Help team working directly with families, many of whom were affected by domestic abuse. For the last six years I have also worked as a crisis worker at the Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) supporting victims of rape and serious sexual abuse.
My current role involves delivering 2 day Domestic Abuse Change Champions trianing to multi-agency professionals. The training is free to anyone who has direct contact with the public and would like to be the DA Change Champion for their organisation. Email email@example.com for further information.
Book your free ticket through eventbrite and then you will be sent an application form to complete the registration process. Alternatively, after you have booked your ticket, you can download the application form here :
and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org