Specialist Domestic Violence Court Programme Resource Manual march 2008



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Specialist Domestic Violence Court Programme
Resource Manual

MARCH 2008

2nd edition







Specialist Domestic Violence Court Programme

Resource Manual



No.

Component

Page




Introduction

4

1

Multi-agency partnerships with protocols

8

2

Multi-agency risk assessment and risk management procedures for victims, perpetrators and children

15

3

Identification of cases

27

4

Specialist support services


31

5

Trained and dedicated criminal justice staff

38

6

Court listing considerations

42

7

Equality and diversity issues

45

8

Performance management

47

9

Court facilities

52

10

Children's services

58

11

Managing perpetrators

63

12

Other services
















Annexes




1

National SDVC Steering Group and Government Offices

67

2

Diversity issues to consider when tackling domestic violence (DV) and associated support services


69

3

Useful resources for local IDVAs and DV services

79

4

The role of agencies in overcoming barriers for Black and minority ethnic victims

82

5

Black and minority ethnic-related information and advice services

83

6

Black and minority-ethnic publications and resources

86

7

Services for male victims of DV

87

8

“Vision for services for children and young people affected by DV” commissioning guidance standards

88

9

Accreditation system for organisations working with perpetrators of DV outside of the Criminal Justice System

90

10

Perpetrator programme publications and resources

92


Contributors:

In this second edition of the National Resource Manual, revisions were carried out by members of the National SDVC Steering Group and the SDVC Expert Panel.

Thanks to:

Karen Bailey (Greater London Domestic Violence Project - GLDVP), Diana Barran (Co-ordinated Action Against Domestic Abuse - CAADA), Neil Blacklock (RESPECT), Angela Colyer (National Offender Management Service - NOMS), Mark Coulter (Men’s Advice Line and Enquiries - MALE), Laura Croom (CAADA), John Dunworth (Home Office); Rebecca Egan (CAADA) Davina James-Hanman (GLDVP), Samantha Ingram (Home Office), Olwen Kershaw (HMCS), Kate Mulley (National Children’s Homes), Deborah McIlveen, (Women’s Aid), Jan Salihi (HMCS), Hannana Siddiqui (Southall Black Sisters), Jo Todd (RESPECT), Jude Watson (CPS), Anthony Wills (Standing Together).



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Resource Manual
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