Mental Health in the Context of Domestic Abuse

You can find the agenda and all the presentations and related documents in the table below:

                                                                                                                                                         

Presentations and Related Documents 

 9.30

Arrival and Registration  

 10.00

Welcome and Introductions -  Mary Phillips, Chair of the Scrutiny Panel, Chief Constable Francis Habgood and HH Judge Zoe Smith

Francis Habgood Presentation 

 10.20

Mental Health in the Context of Domestic Abuse - Rachel Bellenger, Care Coordinator, South Oxon Mental Health Team

Presentation

 10.40

Table top exercise - Mental Health

 Exercise

 Exercise Notes

 11.00

Wrap up session - Rachel Bellenger  

 11.10

Coffee  

 11.40

Identifying and Reducing Risk - Dr Jane Monkton-Smith, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of Gloucester

Presentation

Dart Leaflet

 12.00

Table Top Exercise - Identifying Risk and Sharing Information

Exercise

Exercise Notes

 12.20

Wrap up session - Dr Jane Monkton-Smith  

 12.30

Lunch  

 13.15

The role of the Health Professional & IRIS project - Dr Gene Feder, Professor of Primary Health Care

Presentation

 13.35

Table top exercise - Moving Forward

Exercise

Exercise Notes

 14.00

Wrap up session and closing - HH Judge Zoe Smith  

 14.10

Coffee  

 14.30

CPS Thames and Chiltern - Ruth Bowskill, Deputy Chief Crown Prosecutor

  • Domestic Abuse & Mental Health Policies and their application in the legal process
  • How charging decisions are reached
  • How we work with the police & robust case building
Presentation

 14.50

Perpetrator Services - Liz Jones, Domestic and Sexual Abuse Co-ordinator, Oxford City Council

Presentation

 15.00

Victim Services - Shona Morrison, Office of the PCC Decision paper for Domestic Abuse and Complex Needs

 15.20

Close - Anthony Stansfeld  

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