Learning from Domestic Homicide Review

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Developing an understanding of domestic violence and coercive control.

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Learning Objectives: By the end of this session, participants will be better able to…

1. Understand Domestic Abuse, with particular emphasis on Coercive & Controlling behaviour and how it manifests in behaviours such as: Intimidation, belittling, degradation, stalking and surveillance to create a ‘micro regulation of everyday life’ for victims and their families.

2. Identify and Interpret behaviours exhibited by both Domestic Abuse victims and perpetrators to help identify DA and assess risk, including understanding the impact of separation on risk

3. Identify the risks to children living within Domestic Abuse households and the importance of building a trusting relationship with the non-abusing parent.

4. Describe the importance of identifying the relationship between Domestic Abuse and Mental Illness in relation to victims and the threat posed by a perpetrator with mental health issues.

5. Identify how abusers prevent victims from engaging with agencies and how best to respond to victims of Domestic Abuse in that context.

6. Identify how to ensure perpetrators are held accountable for their abusive behaviour.

7. Recognise how to use the learning in improved practice.

(This training will take place online, you will receive joining instructions at a later date)

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