The Hampton Trust was founded in 1996 to deliver domestic violence prevention programmes to perpetrators within the criminal justice system. For ten years we worked alongside Hampshire police and probation staff delivering programmes for all court mandated referrals.
From 2006 we expanded our services to include community-based interventions. We developed award-winning programmes such as ADAPT (Accredited Domestic Abuse Prevention Training) to work with adult perpetrators and the acclaimed LINX model to work with young people who had experienced domestic abuse and were committing violent crimes. Confronting violence at a community level means we are challenging these cyclical behaviour patterns head on rather than simply dealing with their consequences.
In 2011, we returned to our criminal justice roots in the form of Project CARA (Caution and Relationship Abuse); domestic abuse awareness raising workshops were delivered to offenders as a conditional caution. We worked closely with Hampshire Constabulary and Cambridge University’s Institute of Criminology to deliver CARA under randomised control trial conditions. CARA is a national and international first for testing this approach.
We continue to contribute to testing new approaches in criminal justice responses via our adapted LINX programme delivered under Project Gateway and designed to transform the treatment of 18 to 24-year old’s entering police custody. We are currently developing interventions for female offenders using a trauma informed approach.
DARE training goes national!!! – 31 March 2022
Our Domestic Abuse Routine Enquiry (DARE) Toolkit training is now available across the UK. We are calling on all frontline services to develop a routine enquiry approach to identifying perpetrators. To book your place and find out more visit our training page here
Breaking the cycle for females who have offended
Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones is investing in the roll out of a new programme to stop females from reoffending. JUNO has been designed by Hampton Trust to meet the unique vulnerabilities of female offenders. It aims to transform the current criminal justice response to female offenders across Hampshire. JUNO provides a trauma informed […]
Hampton Trust awarded Silver Working with Trauma Quality Standards
For the past year we have been working towards attaining the Silver Quality Mark for Trauma Informed Working Principles. We are pleased to announce that we have today received our acknowledgement of our certification from One Small Thing and wanted to share the good news with you all! We were one of five organisations who […]
Family Law in Partnership and Kingsley Napley Family team launch their 3rd edition of the guide ‘ Schedule 1 of the Childrens Act’ – find how to purchase it and donate to us at the same time!!
Family Law in Partnership and Kingsley Napley Family team launch their 3rd edition of the guide ‘ Schedule 1 of the Childrens Act’ and have generously added us as one of their chosen charities to receive proceeds from money raised from the book purchases. It has been over 30 years since the Children Act 1989 […]
ISVA team support another successful conviction-Isle of Wight County Press-20th August 2021
A RYDE man who told police he was a virgin, but subjected a girl to rapes and other sexual crimes in the early 1990s, has been jailed for a decade. Steven Roy Reddin, of Arundel Close, appeared before the Isle of Wight Crown Court today (Friday). At a previous hearing on May 24, the 58-year-old admitted […]