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Domestic Violence Toolkit

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Date : Aug 28, 2007, 04:22 AM
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CAFCASS published in August a second edition of its Domestic Violence Toolkit, edited to co-ordinate with its Safeguarding Framework. The toolkit is grounded in an understanding that a child will differ in her/his ability to cope with difficult family circumstances and with separation from a parent. The toolkit is divided into the following sections:

  • Definitions
  • Joint working
  • Understanding the child's experience
  • The impact of domestic violence on child development
  • Good practice for assessment
  • Identifying and reducing risk

The toolkit is available on: http://www.cafcass.gov.uk/English/Publications/policies/Domestic_Violence_toolkit_(Version_2_-_August_2007).doc

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