Children's Domestic Abuse Sub-group
Domestic Violence is governed by the Community Safety Partnership (CSP) and driven forward by the Tackling Domestic Abuse Board (TDAB).
We currently have a Children's Domestic Abuse (CDA) sub-group and the chair reports to the TDAB. The CDA Chair also reports every six months directly to the SSCP. The SSCP will continue to support the Children's Domestic Abuse subgroup and will undertake a scrutiny and challenge role in relation to domestic abuse activity.
For more information please see the TDAB Terms of Reference.
Policies and procedures
Supporting Local Pathways
All reports or enquiries concerning the welfare or safety of a child must go straight to the Bridge Partnership on 0161 603 4500 or email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bridge Partnership are available Monday to Friday from 8:30am - 4:30pm. If you need to speak to someone outside of these times, please contact the Emergency Duty Team (EDT) on 0161 794 8888.
If you are a practitioner and you want to make a referral to the Bridge Partnership, please use our online referral form
If you suspect or have evidence that a young persons aged between 10yr to 17yrs is at risk of domestic /violence or abuse or is harming someone then please follow the downloadable pathways below.
DASH Risk Assessment Checklist- Young Peoples Version
The DASH (domestic abuse, stalking and honour based violence) risk assessment is a tool used to assess the risk that a victim is exposed to and can help in the action required. If the victim is a young person the young person DASH needs to be completed.
If the victim is an adult the adult DASH needs to be completed.
Do not upload the completed young person DASH to sharepoint. Please follow the pathways below and refer using the online referral form and attach the completed DASH.
NB if the young person is 16 or over and scores 10 or more or is deemed to be at high risk based on professional judgement, the case needs to be referred to MARAC (DASH uploaded to SharePoint) as well as being attached to a referral to worried about a child.
Domestic abuse toolkit
This toolkit has been created for practitioners to support you to work safely and effectively with victims, children and perpetrators of domestic abuse.
If you require training on the DA practitioners guidance, mandatory Da tools, internal DA processes, specialist service offer and referral pathway, please see below the next available training dates. Please contact Rebecca.Germano@salford.gov.uk with your preferred date to confirm a space.
- Friday 5th August 2022
- Wednesday 7th September 2022
- Friday 7th October 2022
- Friday 4th November 2022
- Friday 9th December 2022
- DASH Risk Assessment Checklist- Young Peoples Version (Microsoft Word format, 1,438kb)
- Local Pathway: Young People who Harm and Victims (Adobe PDF format, 354kb)
- Domestic Abuse- 7 Minute Briefing
- Guide to working with perpetrators (Adobe PDF format, 298kb)
- Tackling Domestic Abuse Board- Terms of Reference (Microsoft Word format, 32kb)
- Home Office Information guide: domestic abuse - how to get help
For more information
- End the fear
- Twitter: end the fear
- Sitting right with you
- Womens aid
- IRIS - Identification and Referral to Improve Safety
- Crime reduction and emergencies
- Community Safety Partnership
Claire Baddley, Children's Domestic Abuse (CDA) Sub-group Chair email: email@example.com
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