Led by Home Office accredited DHR Chair, and AAFDA’s CEO Frank Mullane, MBE. With presentations from five external speakers including professors from Oxford University and Gloucestershire University.
By the end of the course delegates will be able to:
- Identify the Domestic Homicide Review (DHR) process.
- Define the responsibilities of a DHR Chair.
- Describe the principles underpinning DHRs.
- Recognise the importance of accurate narrative.
- Explain the Quality Assurance process.
- Form new professional relationships & networking opportunities.
During the sessions you will examine the grey areas of Domestic Homicide Reviews and link the statutory guidance to real cases. This is a highly interactive course that shares best practice and includes hearing from a family who has completed the DHR journey alongside academics specialising in the field of risk and domestic homicide.
Please see available dates below. To book your place on our next Accredited DHR Training, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org