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Domestic abuse

Details of our strategy to prevent domestic abuse in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area, as well as links to resources and further information.

Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Offer

An understanding and overview of the various domestic abuse perpetrator programmes and interventions on offer in Dorset and BCP.

What domestic abuse is

Domestic abuse is an incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening, degrading and violent behaviour, including sexual violence.

Preventing domestic abuse strategy

This strategy sets out the key priorities for our Community Safety Partnership in tackling domestic abuse and outlines the key areas for action over the next three years.

Domestic abuse against children

There may be times when you need to reach out for extra help and support. Domestic abuse can affect anyone regardless of ethnicity, age, gender, sexuality or social background.

Help for those who have experienced domestic abuse

Local and national support for people who have suffered domestic abuse.

BCP Preventing Domestic Abuse Strategy 2020-2023

View the Preventing Domestic Abuse Strategy in full, alongside the most recent updates and needs assessments.

Guidance for professionals

The following pages contain guidance for professionals involved in cases of domestic abuse.

HHPP (High Harm Perpetrator Panel)

A multi-agency panel that discusses and puts plans in place for cases of high risk domestic abuse, stalking and sexual violence perpetrators.

MARAC (Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference)

A Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) is a local, multi agency victim-focused meeting where information is shared on the highest risk cases of domestic violence and abuse between different statutory and voluntary sector agencies.

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