The Home Office provides all statutory documents about the domestic homicide review on the .gov website
- Civil and Criminal Justice
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Statutory guidance for partners involved in conducting domestic homicide reviews (2016).
An Individual Management Review (IMR) is recommended for agencies that are involved in a Domestic Homicide Review. This checklist for IMR authors should be read in conjunction with the full IMR guidance, found in the Nottingham Domestic Homicide Review Procedural Guidance (2017).
Practical guidance from Nottingham City Crime and Drugs Partnership to assist practitioners who are engaged in a Domestic Homicide Review within Nottingham City (2017).