Improving Competencies and Cross-System Collaboration The Safe and Together Model is a perpetrator pattern based, child centered, survivor strengths approach to working with domestic violence. Having been developed originally for the child welfare systems, it has policy and practice implications for a variety of professionals and systems including domestic violence advocates, family service providers, courts, evaluators, domestic…Details
Since the 29th December 2015, ‘controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate or family relationship’ is illegal. It does not need to be physically violent; it does not even need to be physically threatening, but it is abuse. They can be tried in a criminal court and face up to five years in prison if found guilty.Details
Scottish Government ran a four-week marketing campaign between January and February 2015 to raise awareness of what child sexual exploitation (CSE) is, improve public understanding and empower those with concerns to act upon them.
The national campaign comprised of a new TV advert – a UK first in terms of targeting parents on the subject of CSE – supported by outdoor and digital advertising, a new website and PR activity.Details