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© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Protecting Children and Managing Risk Working Together? Diana Barran CAADA
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL What we know about high risk domestic abuse 2
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL How has our response changed? 3
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL A place of greater safety 79% of adult high risk victimsexperience jealous andcontrolling behaviour 70% experience physicalabuse 57% experience stalking andharassment 22% experience sexual abuse Medium and standard riskvictims see lower levels ofphysical abuse, lessescalation, and lower levels ofseverity of all types of abuse Key findings : Range of abuse suffered
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL We are finding the issues but… 35% of clients disclose mental health problems. 9% get a service. 7% disclose drug issues. 3% get a service. 11% disclose alcohol issues. 3% get a service. 5
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© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Children Victims with children in household69% Average number of children2 Children in high risk DV households 8% of victims were pregnant.
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Significant risks to children 62% of children were directly harmed as well Perpetrator of direct harm Father66% Mother's male partner 27% Mother11% Sibling6%
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Harm to children Children suffer multiple physical and mental health consequences as a result of exposure to domestic abuse.
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Children are known to services – but their risk not linked to adult’s 80% were known to at least one public agency – but only 50% referred to social services
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Young victims: experience multiple abuse in own relationships Abuse profile IPV primary referral reason 78% Currently experiencing abuse 83% High risk67% Referred to MARAC53% 42% of those experiencing current abuse had also experienced abuse in the past
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Young victims: complex needs A quarter of young people faced 2 or more additional risks
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Young victims: exposed to other risks 47% of young people supported were exposed to domestic abuse in the family home Parental mental health was identified as a risk for 27% of young people 47% of young people supported were exposed to domestic abuse in the family home Parental mental health was identified as a risk for 27% of young people A quarter of young people faced 2 or more additional risks Additional risks Online intimate partner abuse37% Child sexual exploitation29% Gang violence15% “Honour”- based violence3% Forced marriage2% Female genital mutilation1%
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Bridging the gaps?
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Champions Advise colleagues Organise training Analyse data Know how to refer Main link to IDVA Key role in linking risk to adult and child and identifying hard to reach groups Champions Network Every Agency appoints a champion
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL Moving to One Front Door? 16
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL The future? 17
© CAADA 2014 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL CAADA Resources Website www.caada.org.ukwww.caada.org.uk Insights: http://www.caada.org.uk/documents/CAADA _Insights_leaflet_2014.pdf http://www.caada.org.uk/documents/CAADA _Insights_leaflet_2014.pdf Themis research: www.caada.org.uk/policy/themis.htm www.caada.org.uk/policy/themis.htm E-News letter (subscribe via website) Training on risk, safeguarding, substance misuse, sexual abuse, working with young people and DV 18
© CAADA Domestic Violence and young People: Tackling Teenage Relationship Abuse Chris Etheridge- Programme Manager for the Young Peoples Programme CAADA.
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