Map Unavailable

Date(s) - November 25, 2022
9:30 am - 11:30 am

When:     Friday 25th November 22  (9.30am – 11.30)       –  this session has been cancelled      

Where:  Online Training via MS Teams

Duration: 2 Hours

Level 1 Training:

Training Overview:   The statutory responsibility for carrying out a Domestic Homicide Review sits within the Community Safety Partnership (CSP).  Domestic homicide is defined as the death of a person who is over 16 because of neglect or abuse from a relative, someone who was in an intimate personal relationship with them or, was a member of the same household.   When this happens, the law says that professionals involved in the case must review what happened so that they can identify what needs to be changed and reduce the risk of it happening again.

The purpose of a DHR is not to investigate how the victim died or who is responsible.  It is to understand what lessons services can learn from the death of the victim to prevent further domestic homicides occurring in the future.

Lessons learnt seminars will take place twice a year and when Bexley CSP publish a new review.  This is  so professionals can hear about a DHR and gain an understanding of how the recommendations effect agencies / organisations and learn from the report findings.


Bookings are closed for this event.