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Domestic Homicide Reviews: Learning and Best Practice for Prevention semina...

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Djanogly Learning Trust

Sherwood Rise

Nottingham Road

Nottingham

NG7 7AR

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Equation’s extensive training programme is at the core of our support for our community workers and is supported and subsidised by Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership. To enable all workers to access our training courses we will provide them for FREE for Nottingham City workers. However, if your organisation provides you with a training budget we ask for a suggested donation of £20 which will enable our charity to cover the processing and administration costs. Thank you.

Join us for a 3-hour seminar featuring the launch of the latest, up-to-date guidance and best practice for preventing domestic homicides. The event will be valuable for anyone who works with domestic violence and abuse at any level. This includes frontline practitioners from all sectors, including police officers, social workers, healthcare professionals, and managers. Learning will be disseminated from local and national cases of domestic homicides in order to give professionals an understanding of their roles in preventing the loss of life through domestic violence and abuse.

Biography – Frank Mullane

Frank Mullane is the CEO of Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse (AAFDA), a centre of excellence for reviews after domestic homicide and for specialist peer support. Frank helped ensure Domestic Homicide Reviews (DHRs) became law, was asked by government to help develop the model and continues to work closely with the Home Office to enhance the methodology. From its inception in 2011, AAFDA has been a member of the national panel that quality assures DHRs and Frank is a Home Office appointed reader (provides assessments of DHRs to the panel). He is a Home Office accredited Chair for DHRs and trains others to undertake them. He co-authored a book “Domestic Abuse, Homicide and Gender: strategies for policy and practice” (2014) and has had three chapters published in different books, most recently in Domestic Homicide and Death Reviews (2017) edited by Myrna Dawson. He has developed a model for helping families to be integral to reviews, thought to be unique in the world. He is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Gloucestershire (outstanding work on domestic violence and homicide). Frank’s sister Julia and nephew William Pemberton were murdered in 2003. Frank previously worked as a business consultant and is a qualified accountant.

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Learning outcomes

  • Understand what local and national domestic homicide reviews (DHRs) can tell us about factors culminating in a domestic homicide.
  • Understand how professionals and organisations can practically implement learning from DHRs to engage in best practice for preventing deaths from intimates or family members.

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Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership

Please note all resources and evaluation forms for this training will be sent digitally to you after the event. Certificates are not issued for seminars.





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Djanogly Learning Trust

Sherwood Rise

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NG7 7AR

United Kingdom

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