Research into how, when, and where Cafcass interview either parent, and how and when they interview the children involved.
Category: Domestic Violence and Abuse
Howe many Cafcass FCAs do you think attended an important webinar training session on Emotional Harm run by the Cafcass CEO Anthony Douglas?
We take a closer look at some of the detail contained in the recent CAFCASS / Woman’s Aid joint research.
All school and college staff should be aware of the various forms of abuse, including emotional harm, so that they are able to identify children in need of help and support and know what action to take
Comparing the attitudes of the Judiciary and MPs on the imprisonment of parents within the Family Courts to the statistics within the Criminal Courts
Earlier today Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division released PD12J on Domestic abuse. But what training is available to judges?
For some time now one of our researchers has been looking at the connections and communications channels that exist (or don’t exist) between local authorities, children’s services, Cafcass, the Police, and any healthcare professionals
Women’s Aid whose subtitle is “until women and children are safe” published a controversial report in 2016 entitled “Nineteen Child Homicides” and supported by their “Child First Campaign”. Putting aside for a moment the...
Cafcass Board Meeting minutes with extracted commentary on domestic abuse, the partnership with Women’s Aid, and gender bias.
Cafcass refer parents to DVVP programmes where they consider it to be appropriate. Research shows that they only refer fathers.