Practice Guidance

Domestic abuse: working with perpetrators

Introduction

Introduction Domestic abuse perpetrators Identifying the perpetrator Understanding coercive control The use of sexual violence Making perpetrators visible as dads Assessing risk Domestic violence perpetrator programmes Engaging perpetrators in a constructive manner The ‘time out’ technique Resources References Learning points Questions to ask to help identify who is the perpetrator and who is the victim. […]

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