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

Statistics and reports

Domestic Homicide Reviews

Domestic Homicide Reviews are one way to improve responses to domestic violence and aim to prevent what happened to your family member happening to others. They will try to ensure that public bodies like social services, councils, police and other community based organisations understand what happened that led to the death of your family member and identify where responses to the situation could be improved. From this, the public bodies hope to learn all the right lessons including those which impact how they work together. These reviews will not seek to lay blame but to consider what happened and what could have been done differently. They will also recommend actions to improve responses to domestic violence situations in the future.

Domestic Homicide Reviews are part of the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004 and became law from 13th April 2011. They do not replace but will be in addition to the inquest or any other form of inquiry.

Bristol City Council have a duty to publish completed Domestic Homicide Reviews once they have been completed

Please follow link for DHR reports: DHR Reports

Modern Slavery Helpline- Annual Report

The Modern Slavery Helpline has released its first annual report. Alongside publishing the data gathered from the calls the helpline has received, the report provides an overview of Modern Slavery, it’s typologies and current trends.

Annual Report

Commissioning a Consortium Service – Evaluation Report Year 1 (2015-16)

The following report has been validated by Dr Emma Williamson, Bristol University.

Bristol Consortium Report Year 1 validated by Bristol University November 2016