The British government sets out its action plan for ending violence against women and girls (2011).
- 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 British government sets out its strategy for ending violence against women and girls (2011).
The British government reviews progress towards its Action Plan to End Violence Against Women and Girls.
The British government sets out its strategy for ending violence against women and girls.
Joint Strategic Needs Assessments (JSNAs) are local assessments of current and future health and social care needs that could be met by the local authority, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), or the NHS Commissioning Board (NHS CB).
The Domestic Violence and Abuse Strategy for Nottingham CityCare (2016).
Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership sets out their strategy for reducing the incidence and impact of domestic and sexual violence and abuse.