This Home Office analysis sets out what is is known nationally about domestic homicide. It draws out common themes and trends and identifies learning from the sample of over 400 Domestic Homicide Reviews (2016).
- Civil and Criminal Justice
- Children and Young People
- DART (Domestic Abuse Referral Team)
- Forced Marriage
- 'Honour'-Based Violence and Abuse
- Housing and Refuge
- MARAC (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference)
- MASH (Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub)
- Men Experiencing Abuse
- Risk Identification Checklists
- Sexual Abuse and Violence
- Forms of Domestic Abuse
- Supporting Survivors
- Working with Perpetrators
- Guidance by Work Sector
- Strategies and Policies
- Understanding Domestic Abuse
- Understanding Survivors
- Intervention and Support
The first Femicide Census collates details of hundreds of femicides committed by men in England and Wales from 2009-2015, to explore whether lessons can be learnt by viewing these cases together (2016).
Femicide has been identified globally as a leading a cause of premature death for women, yet there is limited research on the issue in Europe. The 2016 Femicide Census reports on the 113 women killed by men in that year and suggests what needs to be done to reduce, and ultimately prevent, the killing of women by men (2017).
Summarises findings from reviews of 30 murders committed in London (2003).
Home Office statistical bulletin that includes a chapter on intimate violence, containing results from the 2010/11 British Crime Survey.
Report on the lessons still to be learned about domestic violence and child protection (2005).
Summary of the report: Twenty-nine Child Homicides, and key recommendations (2005).