Domestic Abuse Pathway for Young People & Training

The Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Pathway for Young People was first rolled out in 2016 in response to the findings of the Child J combined DHR/SCR. Following a multi- agency review, the Pathway has been redeveloped to take account of the findings from the review, changes in local policy and practice and changes to the law in respect of GDPR, the new data protection legislation

To ensure this Pathway is well understood and is being followed to protect young people and prevent further harm and to help to embed it’s use there is free training running in October.  The training is intended to raise awareness of the pathway and embed it in multi-agency practice as well as develop the skills necessary to successfully engage and refer young people experiencing domestic abuse within their peer relationships.

There are three training sessions available for professionals across Oxfordshire; one each in Banbury, Oxford City and Didcot. Further information is available in the attached document and places can be booked via the OSCB training portal.

Domestic Abuse Pathway for Young People. August 2018

Domestic Abuse Pathway for Young People Training October 2018