Improving Policing Research and Practice on Child to Parent Domestic Violence and Abuse

When:
June 11, 2018 @ 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
2018-06-11T09:30:00+01:00
2018-06-11T16:30:00+01:00
Where:
Rockliffe Hall
Hurworth Place
Darlington DL2 2DU
UK
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Matt Butler

Violence and abuse committed by a person’s child or other family member has tended to be side-lined in domestic violence and abuse research and by policing. This conference brings together the key police experts, academics and practitioners who have been focusing on this important topic.

Programme

9.30amArrival and Registration
10.00amWelcome – Professor Nicole Westmarland, N8 PRP Deputy Director and Dr Donna Marie Brown, N8 PRP People & Knowledge Exchange
10.10amHelen Bonnick (Helen Bonnick Associates) – ‘Child to parent violence and abuse: Should you call the cops on your kids, and other questions’
10.40amDr Sam Lewis (University of Leeds) – ‘Conceptualisations of, and responses to, child-to-parent violence in England and Wales’
11.10amBreak
11.30amDr Simon Retford (Greater Manchester Police) ‘Policing’ Parent Abuse: Collaboration opportunities for preventative intervention
12.30pmLunch
1.30pmDr Hannah Bows (Durham University) – ‘Where parricide meets eldercide: an analysis of child to parent/grandparent homicides in the UK’  
2.15pm Det Supt Melanie Palin (South Yorkshire Police), Amy McKenzie (Doncaster Children’s Services Trust) and Tania Percy (South Yorkshire Police) – ‘How do we secure data to understand the real prevalence of child to adult violence?’)
3.00pmRefreshments available
3.15pmPanel discussion with guest speakers
4.15pmClosing comments
4.30pmClose

 

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