44 pages tagged with Violence against women and girls
Non-molestation orders current practice
Current practice in forces for the consistent and effective use of non-molestation orders.
Why tackling violence against women and girls is important.
A list of all the sources of information in this evidence briefing.
Projects funded by round three of the Safer Streets Fund.
Relevant Tilley Awards: Local problem-solving approaches
Problem-solving projects submitted to the Tilley awards.
Education programmes to reduce violence against women and girls.
Reducing violence in the night-time economy
Effective interventions for tackling alcohol-related violence.
Reducing sexual offending on public transport
Interventions to reduce offences on public transport.
Physical environment interventions
Changing the physical environment to improve safety in public spaces.
Tactics to understand the problem better
Information-seeking tactics to identify crime.
Effective policing strategies for reducing crime.
Introduction to the violence against women and girls toolkit
This toolkit sets out existing offences that can be considered by police responders.
Sexual exploitation or abuse
Offences that may cover different forms of sexual exploitation and abuse and preventative strategies for each behaviour
Domestic or relationship abuse
Offences that may cover different forms of domestic and relationship abuse and preventative strategies for each behaviour
Offences that may cover honour-based abuse, specifically female genital mutilation (FGM) and forced marriage, and preventative strategies for each behaviour
Offences that may cover different forms of street harassment and preventative strategies for each behaviour
Protective measures and civil orders
Details of protective measures and civil orders referenced in the violence against women and girls toolkit
Journey from policy to practice – local implementation of the ‘Ending Violence Against Women and Girls’ (VAWG) national domestic abuse strategy
This project researches the 'Ending Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG)' domestic abuse policy from development through to practice.
Does victim empowerment align with perpetrator accountability – what are women's experiences of being named as a protected person under a domestic violence protection order (DVPO)?
This project will explore the use of domestic violence protection orders (DVPOs) in policing.