Safe - the domestic abuse quarterly
Issue 1, April 2002 - SOLD OUT
Highlights include :
Making two plus two equal four
Debbie Crisp, Betsy Stanko and Laura Richards explore how routinely collected police data can be used to improve service provision for women experiencing domestic violence.
On the beat: Met police initiatives
The Metropolitan Police Service has changed its approach to domestic violence crimes. Detective Constable Sharon Roundtree and Detective Chief Inspector Allan Aubeelak report.
Supporting People - the challenge ahead
A new funding structure for the supported housing sector will bring radical changes to the way in which money will be allocated to refuge services. Women's Aid Director Nicola Harwin and Housing Policy Officer Linda Delahay write of the challenges that lie ahead.
Making contact worse
Government proposals to enforce child contact orders do not consider the vital issue of safety, writes Hilary Saunders, Women's Aid Children's Officer.
Plus all the latest news, research, book reviews and events.