On the 21st of November, Prof. Dr. Dr. Bettina Pfleiderer and Lisa Richter from the WWU team presented first results of the IMPRODOVA work to practitioners from the medical profession.
At November 20, in Paris a workshop for policy makers and police professionals will deal with the reception of DV victims and how to improve FLR response at home and at police stations.
for journalists & colleagues
Police Scotland and their commitment to tackling domestic abuse has been shortlisted for a World Class Policing Award.
In June, IMPRODOVA partner CREOGN launched the workshop “Violences Intrafamiliales: Reflexion Sur L’Intervention” with approximately 120 attendees.
The French TV station France24 broadcasts each Friday a program called “The 51 Percent”. Hosted by Annette Young, the programs topics are women’s rights and women who are reshaping the world of today. On Friday, 30.08.2019 at 4:40 pm Paris time our coordinator Prof. Dr. Joachim Kersten spoke about femicides, domestic abuse and the IMPRODOVA project. The topic domestic abuse was chosen by France24 as a special issue in view of the French governments upcoming dedicated meeting on domestic violence and femicides in France on Sept 3rd 2019.
Researching interagency cooperation with its opportunities and challenges is the main focus of IMPRODOVA. In this regard, Jean-Marc Jaffré discusses the cooperation in British MARACs and draws conclusions for potential adaption of the MARAC approach to the French situation.
Our partner CREOGN has just released a revue dedicated to domestic abuse on their website.
Our third Consortium Meeting started out with a visit of one of Police Scotland’s three control rooms observing the ‘journey of a DV call’. Partners were able to witness first-hand the gold standard of a response to a DV call and make comparisons between the different partner countries within IMPRODOVA.