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Investigating Domestic Abuse. Greater Manchester Police. Detective Superintendent Jill Clarke. Strategic Aim. To protect victims and reduce risk through early identification and by providing appropriate victim focussed interventions. GMP Domestic Incidents 1 Oct 2012 – 30 Sept 13. 65,641.

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investigating domestic abuse

Investigating Domestic Abuse

Greater Manchester Police

strategic aim
Strategic Aim

To protect victims and reduce risk through early identification and by providing appropriate victim focussed interventions

gmp domestic incidents finalised by risk 1 oct 2012 30 sept 13
GMP Domestic Incidents finalised by risk (1 Oct 2012 – 30 Sept 13)
  • High1878
  • Medium 10252
  • Standard 45793
  • 2010 3196
  • 2011 3952
  • 2012 4036
  • 2013 to end Sep 3019

Domestic Violence

Protection Orders

proposal 6

The law should be changed to enable the police to issue a Domestic Violence Protection Order of up to 14 days duration, to prevent a suspected perpetrator of interpersonal violence from entering the address of the victim and/or to prevent contact with the victim.

domestic violence disclosure scheme evaluation
Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme Evaluation
  • ..I do agree with the need for Claire's Law, I was one of the first to apply and it should be rolled out nationally. It's important for people to know the risks, but I only wish that I could have been told more detail, what disclosure I was given I already knew.“
  • I am very satisfied about how the police dealt with me during the process and i think it will help me a lot in making an informed choice about future partners"
  • 'having been in an abusive relationship before I was very satisfied with the way the police dealt with me on this occasion [taking everything very seriously] and feel that this new process is beneficial to women at risk from DV'
  • 'would definitely recommend any friends or family with worries to make a Claire's law application , and if I was worried about anyone I would go with them to make application '
  • 'did not tell me anything I did not know but put my mind at rest'
domestic violence homicide reviews

Domestic Violence Homicide Reviews

Between October 1st 2012 and 30th September 2013 8 Domestic homicide reviews have been commissioned by community safety partnerships within the Greater Manchester Area

2013 dhr reviews
2013 DHR Reviews

Victims - Patricia and Robert Seddon

Victim – Darren Orrett

Victim – Mark Wood

Victim - Zaneta Kindzierska

Victim – Farkhanda Younis

Victim – Marion Stone

Victim - Linzi Ashton

Victim - Rania Alayed

themes from domestic homicide reviews
Themes from Domestic Homicide Reviews
  • Perpetrator engagement and intervention
  • Risk assessments, information sharing and links between domestic abuse and child protection
  • Stalking and Harassment
  • Multi and single agency domestic abuse training
  • Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Male victims
what can i do
What can I do?
  • See
  • Listen
  • Feel
  • Speak
  • Smell