SafeLives' press releases

Here you can read all our latest announcements.

18th September 2014

Co-ordinated Action Against Domestic Abuse (Caada) is delighted to announce two key appointments to strengthen its leadership team and help transform the UK's response to domestic abuse.

20th August 2014

“Domestic abuse affects hundreds of thousands of families each year.

28th July 2014

Diana Barran, Chief Executive of Caada said: “With two women a week killed by their current or ex partner, domestic violence remains an intractable and widespread problem.The statistics released to

3rd July 2014

Domestic abuse victims will benefit from an improved police response thanks to a new review of police training on the issue, it was announced today.

14th May 2014

Diana Barran, Chief Executive of Caada, commented: “The CPS has played an important role in leading the way to improving the victims' safety by making Violence Against Women and Girls one of its ke

27th March 2014

Police and Crime Commissioners and Chief Constables have a clear responsibility to stop domestic abuse being treated as a second class crime within their forces, Co-ordinated Action Against Domesti

27th February 2014

A new study from the national charity Caada has found that two thirds of children exposed to domestic abuse had experienced direct child abuse, in addition to witnessing the abuse of a parent.

26th February 2014

Diana Barran, Chief Executive of Caada, and member of the NICE guidance programme development group said: “We warmly welcome the NICE guidance on domestic violence and abuse.

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