SGW – WEBINAR – Domestic Abuse Stalking, Harassment and Honour based Abuse – DASH (2009)

Course overview

Key objectives of session – Participants are able to complete the Risk Identification Checklist – DASH (2009). Participants know how this relates to MARAC and would be able to make an appropriate referral in order to help keep a victim of high risk domestic abuse safe

Content:

  • Explanation of acronyms and abbreviations used
  • An explanation of what  DASH (2009) is, and when it should be used
  • An overview of where the check list came from and how it was developed
  • A brief consideration of SPECCS – the original Police risk assessment
  • Consideration of consent, confidentiality, information sharing
  • Tips for working through the checklist – practical guidance and information
  • Step by step, question by question – working through the checklist
  • Analysis of results – how to discuss the results with the victim, what the results show in terms of immediate risk to victim
  • Overview of risk classification
  • MARAC referral process – how to make a referral, who to contact

Trainer: Anna Tomlinson Simpson
Domestic Abuse Early Intervention Specialist

Cookies are used on this site.

Cookies are in use on this site, if you continue without selecting an answer we'll assume that you consent to receiving any cookies. However, if you do not wish to receive cookies, please select no. For more information, please view our Privacy and Cookies Policy.