DARE (Domestic Abuse Routine Enquiry) Toolkit workshops with professionals from across Hampshire started today – Feb 2021
Today we embark on our first of many DARE (Domestic Abuse Routine Enquiry) Toolkit workshops with professionals from across Hampshire.
Hampton Trust Domestic Abuse Routine Enquiry (DARE) Toolkit is designed to assist professionals working in a range of settings to develop increased confidence and competencies in being able to identify and engage domestic abuse perpetrators within their services. By building professional competences, Hampton Trust is calling on all front-line services to adopt the ‘Domestic Abuse Routine Enquiry’ (DARE) toolkit.
We’ve been working with domestic abuse perpetrators for the last 25 years. Experience of working alongside colleagues across services, suggests a lack of confidence in engaging domestic abuse perpetrators in their behaviour to successfully ‘nudge’ them into specialist services provided by Hampton Trust. We want to avoid perpetrators accessing a range of services and slipping through the net. By adopting a standardised and multi-agency response to identifying and engaging domestic abuse perpetrators within services, less victims will remain under the radar.
We still have a limited number of spaces remaining this year, so if you are interested then please make contact with us via email to email@example.com. More information can be found on our website: DARE Toolkit – register your interest.
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- Hampton Trust work highlighted on Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place Podcast featuring Ian Wright – 3rd May 2021
- Ian Wright impressed by the work of Hampton Trust during the filming of his documentary- i news article 3rd May 2021
- Chantal Hughes, CEO talking to the ITV Tonight Show – 8th April 2021
- Bournemouth Daily Echo News Article – Dorset Police launch programme to educate domestic abuse offenders – 29 March 2021
- New Valley News Article – New aim to stop serial domestic abuse- 26 March 2021