Domestic Homicide Review
Since 2011, Community Safety Partnerships have been legally required to carry out domestic homicide reviews (DHRs) in the situation where the death of a person occurs, or is thought to occur as a result of violence, abuse or neglect by a family member or a member of the same household.
Domestic Homicide Reviews are carried out to try and establish what lessons can be learnt from how organisations worked individually and together, to prevent domestic homicides in the future. The reviews are made public to restore confidence and to show transparency of the processes in place to protect victims.
Tamworth Community Safety Partnership has recently published the following:
- TAM15 DHR Overview Report 2016
- TAM15 DHR Executive Summary 2016
- TAM15 DHR Home Office letter 2016
- TAM15 DHR Home Office reply letter 2016