Behind Closed Doors - A 'must watch' documentary on domestic abuse is being aired on BBC1 at 9pm Monday 14 March. Narrated by Olivia Coleman it gained unprecedented access to Thames Valley Police’s domestic abuse team, offering rare insight into what is described as 'the most common violent crime to take place in the home'.
Do perpetrator programmes work? I suppose if you think about any behavioural change programme, the honest answer is - maybe! No, that's not quite right. The honest answer is 'it's up to you'.
Splitz works with male perpetrators of domestic abuse - in fact in Wiltshire, we deliver a highly regarded and successful (Respect Accredited) 25 week programme to tackle male perpetrating and abusive behaviour.
It's great to hear from those we have helped and supported to recover their self confidence and look forward to a life without fear.
A Scottish study - A research report on homelessness as a result of domestic or sexual abuse.
How do you spot signs of domestic abuse? Particularly coercion and control? A chilling ITV documentary 'Behind Closed Doors - Fear and Control:was broadcast last month.
Without the concept of coercive control, we think about physical abuse and maybe emotional abuse, but it’s easy to miss a wide range of controlling acts including manipulation, intimidation, sexual coercion, and loving deeds that are performed to keep another person from leaving.
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What should the UK’s department for international development (DfID) do next to reduce violence against women and girls around the world? On this year’s International Women’s Day, DfID’s ministerial champion for tackling violence against women and girls overseas, Baroness Sandip Verma will be answering questions live.
Our thanks to the Trustees of The C S Kingston Charity, a small community charity serving the needs of the people of Trowbridge. Their charity scale may be small, but their hearts are large - giving £500 toward the support of our services to vulnerable women in Trowbridge. Thank you!
In today’s frenetic information provision environment, with all manner of websites, twitter feeds and facebook entries in operation, it is not difficult to get information at the touch of a button, or at least a ‘google’ search page.
The legal niceties trip off the tongue so easily, 'without knowledge of the individual circumstances of the case we cannot make a comment'. But heavens above - and let the photographs speak for themselves - can it be right that a victim of domestic abuse is further victimised by a legal decision based on a totally baffling view of life
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