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DCSF invites tenders for domestic violence perpetrator programmes

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The Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) require interested providers to deliver a Domestic Violence perpetrator programme to separated parents across England to support Contact Activities under the new legislation of the Children & Adoption Act 2006 - implementing this autumn.

DCSF are seeking interested providers to deliver Domestic Violence perpetrator programmes to parties directed or ordered, within the family court proceedings, to attend contact activities.

Expressions of interest and the full grant bid must be received no later than 9am on 18 November 2008 to be considered.

For more information visit the Cafcass website.

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