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SETDAB Lecture Series: Understanding and Responding to Stalking – Delivered by Althea Cribb

Tuesday 16th April 2024,  11:30 – 14:30 via Microsoft Teams

Target audience: Frontline workers and managers – those working with victims, families and perpetrators of domestic abuse.

Session Objectives:

  • To have an awareness and understanding of stalking, including the impact on victims/survivors.
  • To have an understanding of perpetrator behaviours and typologies.
  • Practical guidance for practitioner responses across different agencies.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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SETDAB Lecture Series: Domestic abuse, stalking & harassment. Cyber security guidance for practitioners- Delivered by Gavin Saunders, Essex Police

A joint presentation between policing and the NCSC

Thursday 15th February 2024,  13:00 – 14:00 via Microsoft Teams

Target audience: Frontline workers and managers – those working with victims, families and perpetrators of domestic abuse.

Learning Objectives:

  • To understand the key legislation relating to technology-facilitated abuse.
  • To raise awareness among front line staff and practitioners on how abusers can misuse technology.
  • To offer actionable advice and guidance to help victims improve their cyber security.  

It will cover a wide range of technology that can be misused by perpetrators, although it is not an exhaustive list.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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SETDAB Lecture Series – Self-Identity and LGBTQ+ Training – Hosted by Southend Pride

Thursday 14th December 13:00 – 15:30 via Microsoft Teams

Target audience: Frontline workers and managers – those working with victims, families and perpetrators of domestic abuse.

Learning Objectives:

  • To have knowledge and understanding of self identity in LGBTQ+ communities.
  • To have an understanding of how and why we develop our own self-image and how that impacts on the world around us.
  • To have an understanding of the issues that affect the LGBTQ+ community and why using open language and knowledge can prevent people feeling excluded.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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Thurrock Domestic Homicide Review (DHR) & Safeguarding Adult Review (SAR) Briefing

18th October 2023, 10:00-11:30am via Microsoft Teams

Session Objectives:

  • To improve awareness of themes and learning from a recently completed DHR/SAR.
  • For learning to be cascaded and applied to practice within organisations.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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SETDAB Lecture Series: Gambling & Associated Harms – Hosted by East of England NHS Gambling Service

Friday 13th October 11:00 – 13:00 via Microsoft Teams

Delivered by Stephanie Uprichard & Jenny Cousins; East of England (EoE) NHS Gambling Service.

Session Objectives:

  • To have an understanding of how to have conversations around suspected or reported gambling.
  • To have an awareness of the tools/questionnaires that can be used to identify gambling harms for the person or affected other.
  • To have an understanding about more about types of gambling and the impact it can have.
  • To have an understanding of the types of harm reduction interventions available.
  • To have an understanding of what support the EoE NHS Gambling Service can offer.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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SETDAB Lecture Series: The role of Housing Services in supporting Domestic Abuse Survivors.

Wednesday 11th October 2023- 10:00-11:30am via Microsoft Teams

Delivered by Nikki Taylor- Next Chapter, Alison Hawkins,-Chelmsford City Council, Lindsey Gay- Basildon Council, Sarah Lander-South Essex Homes.

Session objectives include:

To increase awareness of:

  • The role of Housing Services in supporting DA Survivors.
  • The housing landscape and the challenges DA Survivors face.
  • Housing approaches to DA.
  • The importance of homelessness prevention.

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Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Training– Delivered by Bal Kaur Howard

Tuesday 26th September 2023, 9:30 to 13:00 Online

Target Audience:

Front line workers and managers – those working with victims and families affected by domestic abuse, so called Honour Based Abuse, Female Genital Mutilation and Forced Marriage.

Learning Objectives:

 To have a better understanding of:

  • Definitions of Female Genital Mutilation & why families practice FGM
  • Types of FGM and potential community issues
  • Impact of health on FGM for victims, including children – Survivor Stories
  • Risk indicators before / after FGM has taken place
  • Legislation – Mandatory Reporting / FGM Protection Orders / Serious Crime Act 2015
  • How to engage and gain confidence to support families to safeguard the child more effectively – ‘how to start / have the conversation’
  • How to assess, manage and refer using the risk assessment to protect & increase safety of victims and children
  • SET (local) guidance and the SET FGM pathway
  • Breast Ironing / Flattening.
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SETDAB Lecture Series: Changing Futures – Hosted by Phoenix Futures

Friday 8th September 10:00 – 12:00 via Microsoft Teams

The workshop will focus on a case study of an individual with a range of multiple and complex needs,  including domestic abuse, with an opportunity to discuss and reflect on their experiences /contact with various services.  The aims of the session are to:

• Raise awareness amongst partners as to how the ‘System’ is currently perceived by those using it.
• Improve understanding of current barriers for individuals and family/carers accessing services.
• Look internally and externally at service provision and identify gaps in delivery.
• Reflect on what can be done to improve provision and support system change.
• Consider future opportunities to support those with multiple and complex needs within our services with the input from those with lived experience.
• Reflect on how we can work together to achieve system change.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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SETDAB Lecture Series- Multi- Disciplinary Team (MDT) – Supporting Families

Thursday 11th May 2023- 10:00-11:30am via Microsoft Teams

The MDT pilot in Tendring, works with whole families where there are complex issues such as domestic abuse, mental ill health and drug & alcohol issues in a client centred, trauma informed way to provide holistic support to maintain positive change.

Session objectives include:

  • To have an understanding of the MDT Model and how it works.
  • To have an awareness of the successes and challenges of this approach.
  • To consider how this approach could be applied to practice across partner agencies.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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SETDAB Training – Male Victims of Domestic Abuse- delivered by ManKind

Monday 22nd May 2023, 10:00 – 13:00 via Microsoft Teams

Session Objectives:

To develop an understanding of:

  • The statistics around male victims of domestic abuse
  • Societal belief systems
  • Barriers to help seeking for male victims/survivors
  • How to support male victims/survivors of domestic abuse

About the ManKind Initiative

The Mankind Initiative operate a national helpline receiving over 2,000 calls per year, provide training to statutory bodies, employers and charities and host the Male Domestic Abuse Network information portal. The charity provides advice, information and support to government departments, police forces and other agencies. They lead awareness campaigns to ensure men and their children get access to the help and support that they need. ManKind

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