Domestic violence homicide reviews

 

Helping Families with Domestic Homicide Reviews

AAFDA (2011)

Formed in April 2008, AAFDA is a charity that helps families after fatal domestic abuse. It does this by listening to families tell their stories and by offering information, guidance, support and where appropriate, advocacy and practical help. This leaflet is mostly about how AAFDA can help you with Domestic Homicide Reviews.

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Bulletin 11: Gender and domestic abuse

Learning the Lessons (2010)

This bulletin explores learning from IPCC and police investigations into the police response to reports of gender and domestic abuse. It includes cases where women have been subjected to violence, harassment or rape by former or current partners, or other family members.

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Guidance for Domestic Homicide Reviews under the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004

Home Office (2006)

Consultation paper outlining proposals for the format that domestic violence homicide reviews should follow.

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Findings from the Multi-agency Domestic Violence Murder Reviews in London: Prepared for the ACPO Homicide Working Group

Metropolitan Police Service

This report details the findings based on 30 out of 56 domestic violence homicides reviews. It details the learning which fed into the development of the MPS risk assessment model (see section 7) and outlines guidance for delivering murder reviews in the appendices.

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