The Intimate Partner Homicide Timeline is an innovative way of looking at the way risk increases in cases of coercive control and domestic abuse. It plots eight key stages as a journey from when two people meet, to one of them killing the other. Each stage presents opportunities for intervention to avoid homicide.
The Timeline is based on research which looked at over 400 cases of intimate partner homicide, tracking the journeys and chronologies. It is a new and interesting way of looking at the issues faced by victims and professionals.
We are already working with Police and Probation services, as well as mental health and homicide services, and there have been really positive responses, changes and outcomes.
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