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The Low Road

This piece by Marge Piercey was set to be used as an ice-breaker to support women having a say on the development of a CEDAW report for 2018. If you would like to take part in an online consultation you can access it here

Guide to new Domestic Violence Legal Aid Gateway Evidence

Legal Aid is available for those who have experienced or are at risk of experiencing domestic violence for private family law cases. The provision for this is under Regulation 33 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LASPO), which lists the types of evidence that the Legal Aid Agency will accept to grant legal aid in these circumstances.

Evidence-Based Policing of Domestic Abuse

However police agencies may choose to re-allocate their domestic abuse resource portfolio, the evidence-based model for testing innovations should be clear. There are both ethical and political reasons to introduce domestic abuse strategies with the same care as public health strategies. Both CARA and the Bracknell Forest ICMP were tested with as much rigour as testing a new pharmaceutical. If two English police agencies can do this, we suggest that others can follow their lead.

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