By Jenny Randles
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Southall Black Sisters (2001) Forced Marriage: Interim Report. London: Southall Black Sisters. Stanley, N. and Penhale, B. ’ Child Abuse Review 8, 34–45. S. and Holden, S. (2003) Child Protection and Mental Health Services: Interprofessional Responses to the Needs of Mothers. Bristol: The Policy Press. Stark, E. and Flitcraft, A. ’ International Journal of Health Services 25, 43–64. Stark, E. and Flitcraft, A. (1996) Women At Risk: Domestic Violence and Women’s Health. London: Sage Publications.
A number of issues need to be disentangled, which include data monitoring, data sharing and referral processes. Data monitoring refers simply to keeping data/statistics relevant to domestic violence and child abuse in a particular agency and particular area. Systems need to be in place to document the prevalence of reported domestic violence, whether this is within statutory child-care agencies, the court system or refuges, so that there is some possibility of appropriate resources being provided.
These services need to be accessible to disabled adults and children. Clearly, many areas fall a long way short of these basic services and hence there is a need for local multi-agency partnerships which have the strategic development of services as a key aspect of their remit. Managers with responsibility for statutory child protection should be well represented at these forums given the very high number of families where domestic violence is an issue within child protection caseloads (Sloan 2004).
Abduction by Jenny Randles