If you or your family are in immediate danger, or if you have sustained physical injuries, call the police and emergency services on 999.

Resources

Here you can find the Bristol strategy to end violence and abuse against women and girls and domestic and sexual violence against men.

BAVA Resources

Domestic Violence and Abuse

Female Genital Mutilation

Forced Marriage

Honour Based Violence

No resources currently.

Human Trafficking

Prostitution and Sex Work

Rape and Sexual Assault

Sexual Harassment

No resources currently.

Children and Young People

Statistics and Reports


Domestic violence MARAC (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference) resources

Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARACs) are meetings where information about high risk domestic abuse victims (those at risk of murder or serious harm) is shared between local agencies. By bringing all agencies together at a MARAC, a risk focused, coordinated safety plan can be drawn up to support the victim. Over 260 MARACs are operating across England, Wales and Northern Ireland managing over 55,000 cases a year.

Twice monthly MARAC meetings are held in Bristol and include representatives from most statutory and some voluntary agencies.

The MARAC process is assessed and developed by a national charity called CAADA , Coordinated Action Against Domestic Abuse. For more information about MARAC and for guidance and documents visit the CAADA website.

http://caada.org.uk/marac/Information_about_MARACs.html

For specific information about MARAC in Bristol contact the MARAC coordinator Michelle Cunningham, Bristol Safeguarding Coordination Unit.
Tel – 0117 9529455
Fax – 0117 9529470
dvmaracbristol@avonandsomerset.pnn.police.uk

MARAC Resources


Sexual violence MARAC (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference) resources

CAADA Insights 1 – A place of greater safety