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Multi-agency Procedures for responding to domestic abuse

These multi-agency procedures are for all staff and managers working within any Manchester service or organisation that supports adults and / or children who may be affected by domestic abuse.

It outlines practical, good practice approaches for responding to adults and families who are affected by domestic abuse and those adults who perpetrate it.

Working together to safeguard adults and children from domestic abuse - protocol

Domestic Abuse Assessment and Referral Form

To be used when ever domestic abuse is identified in conjunction with the above guidance

Domestic Abuse Assessment and Referral Form (RIC)

Study Report: Identification and Referral to Improve Safety

In April 2014, Public Health Manchester worked alongside Gillian Granville Associates to evaluate the experiences of 17 women who accessed the Manchester Identification and Referral to Improve Safety (IRIS) service in Manchester over an 18-month period (between August 2012 and February 2014). The study involved 12 (of 16) General Practices in 3 Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) that had all received the IRIS training.

Read the findings of the IRIS Study on the Gillian Granville Associates website.

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