With the current coronavirus outbreak, please be assured that NCDV is fully operational. We are running our normal services and have also increased our capacity to handle even more referrals. The investments that we have made in technological solutions over the past 10 years are now allowing our staff to operate without risk and provide solutions to more victims of domestic abuse and violence
We are also able to continue to offer our free training sessions to the police and support agencies as we have introduced remote training sessions via Zoom video conferencing. If this is an option that you wish to consider for your team, you do not need to subscribe to Zoom. Contact our training team and once a session has been booked, we will send you an e-mail containing a link inviting you and your colleagues to join us in a bespoke Zoom training session.
(If your organisation does not permit Zoom, still email and we can discuss alternative platforms and options.)
The National Centre for Domestic Violence has a team of dedicated specialist trainers located around the country. They provide bespoke in-house training to the police and support agencies, free of charge.
This 45 minute training includes:
If you are a police officer or a support agency who would like to receive this free training contact training today
A study by Thames Valley Police (March 2018) regarding the effectiveness of DVPO’s concluded in it’s initial recommendation: “A process should be considered whereby the National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV) are automatically notified by police of a DVPO being granted so that there is no delay in obtaining a Non-molestation order provided the victim consents.”
Already received training? We can deliver refresher sessions too. Please enquire below.
Police Only, if required we can deliver a short 15 minute free “ ASSIST “ Training Session. What is Assist?
ASSIST is accessible by all UK Police Forces 24/7 and provides immediate secure access to copies of injunctions and certificates of service often before they are on the PNC. The documents can be viewed online or sent to the officer via secure email. This is what the police have to say about it:
“The training was really useful not just for me but the whole team benefited from it.”
“Thanks to the brilliant Assist website, I was able to see that a non mol had been sanctioned but with a statement of non service attached to the order, so I printed it off, went to Stuarts HA and served him the non mol personally. I then completed a statement of service and sent it to NCDV so that the order could then be placed on our PNC.“
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