Reducing the Risk conference, May 2019
Reducing the Risk has organised a conference with the theme ‘Showcasing contemporary good practice and tackling domestic abuse’ on May 14, 2019 at Unipart House, Garsington Road, Oxford, OX4 2GQ between 13.00 and 16.00.
Please feel free to share this email with any community safety/DA leads/partners/links you have that you think would be interested in hearing about domestic abuse initiatives, it would be great to get some new areas on board.
This will be an exciting opportunity to hear about innovative and contemporary approaches to tackling domestic abuse and will provide an opportunity to:
- Understand the impact of Domestic Abuse Champions via the findings from research
- Hear about implementing interventions and sustainability
- Learn from outstanding practice in supporting the victims of domestic abuse
- Self-assess and reflect on your own practice
- Network with colleagues who are working to improve the recognition and response to domestic abuse
A detailed agenda will be circulated nearer to the time of the event but we are thrilled to announce that the following speakers have confirmed:
Amanda Bunn is an independent researcher with expertise in researching social initiatives and outcomes
Dr Jane Monckton Smith is a senior lecturer in criminology with the University of Gloucester with nationally recognised expertise in research and analysis of dynamics and risk assessment in relation to DA perpetrators and DA homicide.
Dawn Hodson is the NSPCC's Development Manager and has particular expertise in developing and working with local authorities to implement new evidence based models in relation to child protection and graded care .
Shonagh Dillon is the Chief Executive Officer of Aurora New Dawn and has worked in the Violence against Women sector for over 20 years.
Tickets are free but please ensure you let us know if you book a ticket and then need to cancel.
To reserve your place visit Eventbrite.