Indicators of success
- Number of repeat victims
- Operation Shield Total Harm Score
- Number and proportion of successful prosecutions
- Number and proportion of positive disposals
- Number of perpetrators identified and referred into behaviour change programmes
- Effective completion of behaviour change programmes
To reduce the harm caused to victims by perpetrators of domestic violence, through a combination of robust control measures, effective criminal justice interventions and behaviour change programmes.
- Develop and pilot a range of perpetrator programmes for domestic abuse perpetrators in both Criminal Justice and non- Criminal Justice settings, focusing on MARAC referrals (from a range of agencies); Conditional Cautions, Family Interventions and referrals from those providing substance misuse and mental health support
- Implement the learning from previous DHRs (and DHR thematic review activity)
- Monitor the impact of body worn cameras in relation to positive outcomes in domestic abuse cases.
- Monitor the effectiveness of victim led prosecutions and the proportion of failed domestic abuse cases.
- Ensure effective training in relation to domestic abuse across the criminal justice agencies and undertake an annual stock take of this.
- Ensure effective use of Police/Court Bail
- Increase activity in relation to medium and standard risk cases.
Contact details for outcome lead - Susannah.Hancock@essex.pnn.police.uk