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© CAADA Domestic Violence and young People: Tackling Teenage Relationship Abuse Chris Etheridge- Programme Manager for the Young Peoples Programme CAADA - Coordinated Action Against Domestic Abuse
© CAADA CAADA, children & young people. (CYP) National domestic abuse charity, est. 2005 Goals: Halve number of victims experiencing high risk domestic abuse from 100k to 50k Halve number of children harmed by high risk domestic abuse from 130k to 65k Halve average time it takes victims to seek help from 5 to 2.5 years Young People’s Programme 2013-15 Data, policy and provision for CYP
© CAADA Today 1.Profile and needs of children in domestic abuse households 2.Models of help and intervention 3.Linking children’s safeguarding and adults services
© CAADA New research with 900 CYP living with domestic abuse
© CAADA Hidden risk There is a major overlap between direct harm to CYP and domestic abuse.
© CAADA Hidden harm CYP suffer multiple physical and mental health consequences as a result of exposure to domestic abuse.
© CAADA Every time I felt scared, I wanted to go into my room, curl up into a ball and start screaming”. Ever since my dad left, my behaviour is more attitude because I don’t have my dad to support me. I shout at my mum more. I can’t help it when I get angry or upset”
© CAADA Hidden behaviours A quarter of CYP exhibit abusive behaviours, mostly once their exposure to domestic abuse has ended.
© CAADA Serious abuse, multiple forms
© CAADA CAADA Young People’s Programme Consistent local response to young people aged 13+ experiencing interpersonal violence Local network of Young People’s Violence Advisors HBV and forced marriage Sexual exploitation Gang involvement Online exploitation/cyber stalking Reach 13-17 year olds experiencing domestic abuse Improve and coordinate support Identify and reduce risks Collect data to inform policy and practice developments Improve early identification
© CAADA Key messages from the early data The young people supported are extremely vulnerable and are at high risk of serious harm. Most have experienced multiple types of abuse, both currently and in the past. Many of the young people do not live in a safe environment and are from ‘troubled families’. Many had complex needs and additional vulnerabilities. The support provided by caseholders was intensive and wide-ranging. There were considerable reductions in risk and abuse, and improvements in safety and wellbeing following this support.
© CAADA Effective help must be whole family Safeguarding CYP services Domestic abuse victim and perpetrator services Our data show a relationship between cessation of domestic abuse and cessation of direct harm to children. Ending domestic abuse is in the core interests of everyone working to protect children – not just adult services.
© CAADA Our policy recommendations 1.Create a network of lead professional across agencies with a shared understanding of risk. 2.Provide linked specialist domestic abuse services for the child/young person and the parents. 3.Local Safeguarding Children Boards and Ofsted should monitor provision and outcomes for CYP exposed to domestic abuse. 1.Create a network of lead professional across agencies with a shared understanding of risk. 2.Provide linked specialist domestic abuse services for the child/young person and the parents. 3.Local Safeguarding Children Boards and Ofsted should monitor provision and outcomes for CYP exposed to domestic abuse.
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