Tuesday, 3 February, 2015
Select Stadium, Widnes
12.30-16.30

This event aims to brief and update all relevant partners on the current picture of domestic abuse and recent local initiatives to tackle the issue across Cheshire and Merseyside.  It will include a presentation of the evidence base for the NICE Pathway which aims to ensure a safe and robust response to incidents of domestic abuse. It will also give an opportunity for questions and group discussion on the NICE pathway and to hear more about a forthcoming Cheshire & Merseyside domestic abuse campaign.

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