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Implementing the NICE Quality Standard for Domestic Violence & Improving the effectiveness of MARACs

Tuesday 20 September 2016
Hallam Conference Centre, London

Implementing the NICE Quality Standard for Domestic Violence & Improving the effectiveness of MARACs

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This timely conference will focus on monitoring improvement against the new NICE Quality Standard for Domestic Violence & Improving the effectiveness of MARACs. Sessions will focus on Early Identifying domestic violence high risk victims and preventing repeat victimisation, Working in partnership with the police, changing the culture towards domestic violence, delivering integrated family support and perpetrator programmes, iImproving the effectiveness of Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARACs) including new and emerging models  and Information Sharing and Information Governance within MARACs and Domestic Violence cases. This conference is aimed at all members of the multi agency team.

“We are working to save people’s lives - over 80 women a year still lose their lives to domestic homicide” Violence against Women and Girls Strategy 2016 – 2020, March 2016

“There were still an estimated 1.35 million female victims of domestic abuse in the last year” Violence against Women and Girls Strategy 2016 – 2020, March 2016

“The government is serious about stopping violence against women and girls and has made it a priority. No one should live in fear of these crimes.” Karen Bradley, Minister for Preventing Abuse, Exploitation and Crime  March 2016

“Nobody should have to face domestic abuse which is why we are determined to do more to eradicate violence against women and girls. We have secured significant funding over the next 4 years to ensure local authorities put in place the necessary services to ensure no woman who is facing violence is turned away from the support she needs.” Baroness Williams Communities Minister, March 2016

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