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Innovation in Supporting Victims

This conference was an opportunity to highlight some of the projects we had funded and share key learning. You can find the agenda and all the presentations and related documents in the table below:

 TimesWhat's OnPresentations

Registration and Tea/ Coffee



Baroness Newlove - Victims' Commissioner


 Domestic Violence


Supporting children and young people affected by domestic abuse

Romy Briant (Reducing the Risk of Domestic Abuse)


Reducing child on parent violence - Findings from the Building Respectful Families Pilot

Colette Morgan (SAFE!)


Providing support to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) victims of domestic abuse

Caron Kipping (The Dash Charity)


 Case Study


Question and Answer Panel

 11.10  Tea/ Coffee Break  

 Hidden Victims 


Victims of Exploitation and Slavery - A pilot project

Liz Patterson (Elmore Community Service)


Working with communities to increase reporting of hate crime

Hannah O'Neill (MK Equality Council)


Young victims of crime - The SAFE! model

Chloe Purcell (SAFE!)


Question and Answer Panel




 Recovering from Serious Crime 


Promoting recovery for those affected by serious crime - The TIARA project

Ray Fishbourne (TIARA Project)


Forums of support and reconciliation

Beccy Scott and Sarah West (Circles South East)


Meeting the need for counselling for victims of crime - findings from a research project focusing on minority groups

Jane Shackman and Fiona Gell (Refugee Resource)


Question and Answer Panel



Anthony Stansfeld - Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley

15.15 Close