Perpetrator Management Workshop - Yorkshire and Humberside
About the event
300 Barrow Rd
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9.30am - 2.40pm
Description of event
‘Housing is a key issue in domestic abuse’. The workshop will look at housing providers and their approach and policies for dealing with perpetrators of domestic abuse. For example; some may use injunctions with positive requirements to participate in a programme. Housing Providers will have an opportunity to share challenges and best practices currently in place in their own workplaces and hear from the experts the detail of the subjects covered in the workshop to assist in positive responses to Perpetrator Management.
Our speaker Meghan Field tells more about her professional experience and background here.
Benefits of attending
DAHA’S Perpetrator Management workshop will include the following features:
• What is Domestic Abuse
• Victim Blaming
• Different types of domestic abuse
• Know your local perpetrator services
• Interacting with perpetrators
• What do we know about domestic abuse victims and perpetrators
• Group Work: How do you currently identify domestic abuse
- Case Studies
• Refer to Respect Standards that should routinely be publicised as a resource across the organisation
• Powers to act: Support options/Enforcement options to hold perpetrators accountable
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