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Safety Before Status: The Solutions

Please read the second report by the Domestic Abuse Commissioner which focuses on finding solutions to help migrant survivors of abuse. Full report and Executive summary

Improving the family courts response to domestic abuse

Please read the Domestic Abuse Commissioner’s report about proposals for an oversight mechanism for the family court

Safety Before Status: Improving pathways to support for migrant victims of domestic abuse

Read the Commissioner’s new report which examines the barriers and pathways to support and protection for victims and survivors of domestic abuse with insecure immigration status. 

Full report

LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Service Provision Mapping Study

The Domestic Abuse Commissioner launched a new report produced by the charity Galop which shows the need for more specialist support for LGBT+ victims of domestic abuse. Please find the report here.

CAPVA Rapid Literature Review: Executive summary

The Domestic Abuse Commissioner has been working with Respect and leading experts on a rapid literature review to look at this issue of child and adolescent to parent violence and abuse.

Full report.

CAPVA Rapid Literature Review: Full report

Please read the full literature review commissioned by the Domestic Abuse Commissioner which was carried out to increase our understanding about about CAPVA (child and adolescent to parent violence and abuse which contains a series of recommendations.

Read the full report here.

Understanding court support for domestic abuse victims

The Domestic Abuse Commissioner asked SafeLives to carry out a report to understand court support for domestic abuse victims. You can read the report here.

The Mapping of Local Authority, PCC and CCG Domestic Abuse Commissioner Leads

Standing Together Against Domestic Violence (STADV) was appointed by the Domestic Abuse Commissioner’s Office to create a nationwide picture surrounding the commissioning of domestic abuse (DA) services, across every Local Authority in England, Police and Crime Commissioner’s office (PCC), and Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) in England. Please read the report here.