Domestic violence (DV)
A comprehensive programme of professional development and support on this subject is available on Ealing CPD online.
DV guidance for schools (updated February 2013) (pdf)
Information on the definition, impact and warning signs of DV, as well as ideas for including preventative work as part of a PSHE curriculum.
DV risk assessment matrix (pdf)
Developed by Barnardo's; this matrix has been designed to make it simpler for professionals to identify children and young people who are at risk of, or already experiencing domestic violence.
DV referral flow chart (pdf)
This chart focuses on strategies associated with domestic violence specifically, however this flow chart and interventions recommended, should be considered in the context of all factors effecting the child.
Domestic violence whole school review tool (word)
Developed for use by schools in Ealing to review the whole school approach to promoting healthy relationships and identifying and supporting children and parents experiencing domestic abuse in the home.
If you are interested in attending training or would like a training inset for your staff, please contact a member of the health improvement team.
DV task force
The multi-agency risk assessment conference (MARAC) is a multi-agency panel chaired by the police which reviews high-risk domestic violence cases in Ealing.
MARAC referral form (word)
The panel meets monthly and accepts referral forms from any professional.
Ealing MARAC Co-ordinator: Philomena Azu, firstname.lastname@example.org
DASH risk checklist (word)
Dash (domestic abuse, stalking and ‘honour’-based violence) resource for identifying risk of DV.
Ealing violence against women and girls referral pathway (pdf)
Voluntary sector advice services in the borough.