Please note: you may have difficulty in registering online using mobile devices. We recommend that you use a laptop or computer if that is the case. Alternatively email / telephone 01212317465 for further assistance.

Under our initiative for “Tackling Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA) In Faith Communities”, the aim of this training day is to educate delegates on the processes criminal justice services undertake in tackling DVA – with the focus on empowering delegates to improve service delivery for adult & child survivors.

The highly experienced & knowledgeable trainers from the Police, Crown Prosecution Services, Probation and other specialist organisations will teach on the various duties and procedures this group of professionals employ to assist adult and child victims, as well as to deal with perpetrators.

There will also be an examination of DVA in the context of crime, the provisions of the law, specialist services in areas like sexual violence & abuse, honour-based violence, and forced marriage, as well as giving of guidance when working with victims or perpetrators from faith communities.

Speakers: Charlotte Caulton-ScottDistrict Crown Prosecutor for the Rape and Serious Sexual Offences Unit, East Midlands; Wendy BirdLead Detective Inspector for Honor Based Abuse, Forced Marriage, & Female Genital Mutilation, West Midlands Police; Anthony KellyRetired Senior Probation Officer, West Midlands Probation (with more than 30 years experience); & Kudakwashe Nyakudya –  Mental Health Nurse specialising in Child & Adolescent Mental Health & Founder Director Of Kahrmel Wellness.

Date: Thursday, 30 March 2017, 10.00am to 3.00pm. Registration at 9.30am.

Venue: The Signing Tree Conference Centre, Ladywood Road, BIRMINGHAM, West Midlands, B16 8SZ

Cost: £58.00 per delegate, inclusive of educational materials. REGISTER ONLINE or email for offline payments, alternatively call 01212317465. Concessions for survivors of DVA available. Places are limited.

Open to national delegates, & ideal for CPD, this training is especially suitable for multi-discipline professionals, academics, survivors of DVA, politicians, other professionals who work with victims & perpetrators of DVA, multi-faith leaders, & members of multi-faith communities.

Topics include:

  1. Criminal Law & Police Powers
  2. Specialist Domestic Violence & Abuse Courts
  3. Crown Prosecution & Probation Procedures
  4. Alternatives Where There Is No Prosecution
  5. Highlighting Family Court Proceedings
  6. Perspectives Of Faith & Abuse
  7. Sexual Violence & Abuse
  8. Victim Support
  9. Forced Marriage
  10. Honour-based Violence
  11. Working With Juvenile Offenders
  12. Promoting Safe Faith Communities

Please note: no refunds are available for cancellations made within 3 weeks to an event date.


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