Help for Professionals
Tackling domestic abuse requires a robust multi-agency response, without which we will be held back from supporting victims/survivors and effectively engaging perpetrators. Domestic abuse risk assessment and case management must not be undertaken in silo. Intelligence must be appropriately shared between statutory and non-statutory services for the purposes of harm prevention. To ensure we provide an effective community response to domestic abuse, we have a range of front line practitioners co-located in various settings around the county. This includes working alongside teams such as MASH, social care, mental health, substance misuse, police, probation and YOS. We also work in partnership with other third sector agencies both locally and nationally.
Working effectively with victims/survivors and perpetrators of domestic abuse is challenging. Multi-agency working provides opportunities to review cases through different lenses, share static (historic) risk factors and dynamic (changing) risk factors. It is very easy to refer a client into a service and to either close the case or assume risk is reduced. When dealing with domestic abuse this is a very unhelpful response.
The Hampton Trust has a multi-disciplinary team. We are grateful to the range of colleagues and agencies we work alongside with the shared aim of increasing safety to victims and holding perpetrators to account. We have and continue to co-locate into a range of front line services. This means that practitioners are welcomed to sit among teams in partner agencies. This provides opportunities to jointly manage risk and to also improve the quality of referrals. We actively promote and enjoy working alongside our colleagues in other settings.
We can assist professionals in the following ways:
- A co-location model read more…..
- Professional Training. Please visit our training page and we can also deliver bespoke courses
- Partnership approaches. If you have a project that you would like to work in partnership with us on please contact us. We engage in several partnership models of work and joint bids
Domestic Abuse Prevention Programmes
We deliver a range of programmes aimed at encouraging healthy, non abusive relationships
Project CARA: Cautioning And Relationship Abuse
Working in partnership with Police to deliver awareness raising workshops
Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) Service
A service for Isle of Wight residents aged 18+
See for yourself how the work of The Hampton Trust has transformed lives for the better
ADAPT L had received a conditional caution for a domestic abuse offence involving harassment and assault. Disclosures of abusive behaviour, alcohol addiction, grief and the breakdown of his relationship and loss of accommodation prompted CARA facilitators to liaise with the services already involved to enable L to access the ADAPT programme for long-term behavioural change. […]
I am now in the position of steadily rebuilding my life
X was referred to work with the Hampton Trust back in December 18, where he was invited to attend an assessment to go onto the ADAPT programme. From the offset X was agitated with the referral. He was accepted at the assessment and agreed to work on the programme. For the first few months, X […]
I have the skills to manage things better now
Z was referred to The Hampton Trust via Childrens Service’s due to abusive behaviour towards his partner. During assessment Z explored his relationship acknowledging elements of his behaviour he was unhappy with. Following assessment Z elected to attend ADAPT where he fully engaged with the process. During sessions Z disclosed incidents of abusive behaviour such […]
No longer disruptive in class and is engaging in school curriculum
When S joined the LINX programme He was consistently distracted, disruptive and displayed a very poor self-image. In spite of this he demonstrated a keen interest in the ‘Empathy Wall’ and was able to understand, by the end of the programme, how his experiences, feelings and actions were intrinsically linked. S started to recognise that […]