Domestic Violence and Child Protection: Directions for Good Practice

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CONTENTS
Introduction9
Cathy Humphreys, University of Warwick, and Nicky Stanley,
University of Central Lancashire
Part One:Defining the Issue and Setting
the Scene17
Chapter 1Relevant Evidence for Practice19
Cathy Humphreys
Chapter 2Multi-Agency and Multi-Disciplinary Work:
Barriers and Opportunities36
Nicky Stanley and Cathy Humphreys
Part Two:Children's Views and Needs51
Chapter 3What Children Tell Us: 'He Said He Was Going
to Kill Our Mum'53
Audrey Mullender, University of Oxford
Chapter 4Prevention Programmes for Children and Young
People69
Jane Ellis, University of Warwick, Nicky Stanley and Jo Bell,
University of Central Lancashire
Chapter 5Listen Louder: Working with Children and Young People82
Claire Houghton, Violence Against Women Unit,
Scottish Executive
Part Three:Protecting Women and Children95
Chapter 6Asking About Domestic Violence Implications
for Practice97
Marianne Hester, University of Bristol
Chapter 7'Point of Contact' Front-Line Workers Responding
to Children Living with Domestic Violence110
Jan Breckenridge, University of New South Wales,
Australia, and Claire Ralfs, Relationships Australia

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