Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse APPG

First Registered: 10/03/2021 • Last updated on: 10/03/2021

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To ensure MPs and Peers have access to information about (a) perpetrators of domestic violence and (b) what makes an effective and safe perpetrator programme. To link MPs and Peers with local programmes, in order to increase their understanding of the above.

Note: All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal, cross-party groups formed by MPs and Members of the House of Lords who share a common interest in a particular policy area, region or country. APPGs have no official status within Parliament.


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Recent Documents related to Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse

1. Written Evidence: Philipp Tanzer (DAB62)
16/06/2020 - Bill Documents

Found: Domestic Abuse Bill Written evidence submitted by Philipp Tanzer (DAB62) An inclusive approach to address

2. Armed forces domestic abuse: where to get help
19/05/2020 - Ministry of Defence
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Found: forces domestic abuse: where to get help Information about domestic violence and abuse in the armed

3. Written Evidence: The London Assembly (DAB45)
16/06/2020 - Bill Documents

Found: Domestic Abuse Bill Written evidence submitted by the London Assembly (DAB45) Domestic Abuse Bill 2019

4. Standing Committee for Youth Justice - written evidence
10/07/2018 - Inquiry: Domestic abuse - Home Affairs Committee
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Found: all forms of domestic abuse, and acknowledges the importance of addressing domestic abuse perpetrated

5. Anonymous - written evidence
16/10/2018 - Inquiry: Domestic abuse - Home Affairs Committee
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Found: further measures need to be taken to help prevent domestic abuse?Through professional training and public awareness

Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse

1. Domestic Abuse Bill (Sixth sitting)
10/06/2020 - Public Bill Committees

1: scheduled hearing of the application for a domestic abuse protection order—whichever is sooner. It is - Speech Link
2: the Bill.Clause 24Meaning of “domestic abuse protection order”Question proposed, - Speech Link
3: provisions in the Bill about notices to those about domestic abuse protection orders. Clause 24 defines a DAPO - Speech Link

2. Domestic Abuse Bill
15/03/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: person who— (a) is, or has been, a victim of domestic abuse within two years of the date of their application - Speech Link
2: acknowledging local connection for those victims of domestic abuse who require housing. As we finished—it was - Speech Link

3. Domestic Abuse Bill
10/02/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: “Transfer of joint tenancies and survivors of domestic abuse (1) This section applies where there - Speech Link

4. Domestic Abuse Bill
05/01/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: through the Bill to all victims and survivors of domestic abuse; to all those courageous people who have spoken - Speech Link

5. Domestic Abuse Bill (Second sitting)
29/10/2019 - Public Bill Committees

1: You have inspected the police response to domestic abuse for a number of years. What changes have you - Speech Link
2: understand domestic abuse and what their role is in keeping victims safe and bringing perpetrators to justice - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse
1. Domestic Abuse
asked by: Ellie Reeves
29/07/2020
... if he will publish the framework for the CPS's interim charging protocol for cases of domestic violence.

2. Domestic Abuse
asked by: Sarah Olney
20/07/2020
... managed and supervised.

3. Domestic Abuse
asked by: Jim Shannon
14/07/2020
... whether he has held discussions with his counterparts in the devolved Administrations on tackling domestic abuse throughout the UK.

4. Domestic Abuse
asked by: Stella Creasy
30/06/2020
... whether his Department is conducting an internal review of domestic abuse policy.

5. Domestic Abuse
asked by: Jess Phillips
20/04/2020
... what assessment she has made of the (a) capacity and (b) sustainability of specialist domestic abuse services in responding to covid-19; and whether emergency funding will be made available for those services.

Latest Questions
11 Current APPG Officers
Huw Merriman Portrait
Huw Merriman
Vice Chair
Conservative - Bexhill and Battle
Joined: 10th March 2021
Baroness Bertin Portrait
Baroness Bertin
Secretary
Conservative - Life peer
Joined: 10th March 2021
1 APPG Membership
Domestic Violence and Abuse
Sarah Owen Portrait
Sarah Owen
Officer
Labour - Luton North
Joined: 10th March 2021
2 APPG Memberships
Adult Social Care , Hate Crime
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Alex Davies-Jones MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 4981.

Email: alex.daviesjones.mp@parliament.uk

Public Enquiry Point:

Freddie Cook, Office of Alex Davies-Jones MP

Email: Freddie.cook@parliament.uk

Secretariat:

Respect acts as the group's secretariat. http://respect.uk.net/

Group's Website:

http://respect.uk.net/what-we-do/appg-on-perpetrators-of-domestic-abuse/

Benefits in Kind
Date
21 Jan 2021
Source
Respect
Description
Respect is paid by the Noel Buxton Trust to act as the group's secretariat.   From : 21/01/2021 To : 20/02/2022
Value
£4,501

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse APPG