Protecting Children, Managing Risk in Domestic Abuse Conference Housekeeping • • • • • • Alarms Toilets Smoking Phones Breaks Register AIM To consider the challenges of managing cases where known Domestic Abuse is present. Learning Outcomes 1.To examine research and data about DA to support risk assessment and management decisions. 2.To raise awareness of DASH risk assessment and MARACs. 3.To improve understanding of the links between DA and child abuse, particularly child homicide. 4.To get an overview of Domestic Homicide Reviews and national lessons learned. HSCB Priorities • Embedding the HSCB Quality Assurance Framework • Ensuring compliance with the new Statutory Safeguarding Guidance • Safeguarding disabled children • Tackling child sexual exploitation • Young people who self harm Programme 0900 – Arrival, registration, tea/coffee 0930 – Welcome, housekeeping – Trish Dennison – Chair of MASF West 0945 – Keynote speaker – Diana Barran - the founder and Chief Executive, CAADA 1030 – Break 1100 – Domestic Homicide Reviews facts and lessons learned – Nicole Jacobs, Standing Together 1200 – Development in police practice – Inspector Darren Murphy (DVPN, Op CARA, Clare’s Law) 1230 – Lunch – trade stalls on display 1330 – Hampton Trust – Workshop activity 1430 – Break 1500 – The Hampshire picture and developments – Jude Ruddock-Atcherley County DA Coordinator 1545 – Q&A 1600 – Close Q&A END • Presentations will be sent out. • Please complete the survey monkey evaluation. Have a safe journey home!