Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse APPG

First Registered: 10/03/2021 • Last updated on: 17/11/2021

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To ensure MPs and Peers have access to information about (a) perpetrators of domestic violence and (b) what makes an effective and safe perpetrator programme. To link MPs and Peers with local programmes, in order to increase their understanding of the above.

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Recent Documents related to Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse

1. Written Evidence: Philipp Tanzer (DAB62)
16/06/2020 - Bill Documents

Found: Domestic Abuse Bill Written evidence submitted by Philipp Tanzer (DAB62) An inclusive approach to address

2. Written Evidence: Drive (DAB34)
16/06/2020 - Bill Documents

Found: evidence submitted by Drive (DAB34) Domestic Abuse Bill Committee 1. About Drive 1.1

3. Written Evidence: The London Assembly (DAB45)
16/06/2020 - Bill Documents

Found: Domestic Abuse Bill Written evidence submitted by the London Assembly (DAB45) Domestic Abuse Bill 2019

4. Written Evidence: Latin American Women's Rights Service (DAB31)
16/06/2020 - Bill Documents

Found: the (DAB31) Evidence submission for the Domestic Abuse Bill Committee Establishment of safe Reporting

5. Armed forces domestic abuse: where to get help
19/05/2020 - Ministry of Defence
- View source

Found: forces domestic abuse: where to get help Information about domestic violence and abuse in the armed

Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse

1. Domestic Abuse Bill
26/04/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: in England, are protected from the risk of domestic abuse or, in the case of children, other harm. The - Speech Link
2: strengthen the management of high-harm domestic abuse and stalking perpetrators. Again, we are all in agreement - Speech Link
3: protection of vulnerable women, and men, from domestic abuse perpetrators. First, we will update and strengthen - Speech Link

2. Domestic Abuse Bill (Sixth sitting)
10/06/2020 - Public Bill Committees

1: scheduled hearing of the application for a domestic abuse protection order—whichever is sooner. It is - Speech Link
2: the Bill.Clause 24Meaning of “domestic abuse protection order”Question proposed, - Speech Link
3: provisions in the Bill about notices to those about domestic abuse protection orders. Clause 24 defines a DAPO - Speech Link

3. Domestic Abuse Bill
15/03/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: person who— (a) is, or has been, a victim of domestic abuse within two years of the date of their application - Speech Link
2: acknowledging local connection for those victims of domestic abuse who require housing. As we finished—it was - Speech Link

4. Domestic Abuse Bill
10/02/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: “Transfer of joint tenancies and survivors of domestic abuse (1) This section applies where there - Speech Link

5. Domestic Abuse Commissioner: Framework Document
01/11/2021 - Written Statements

1: Tackling domestic abuse remains a key priority for this Government. Our landmark Domestic Abuse Act 2021 - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse
1. Domestic Abuse
asked by: Baroness Lister of Burtersett
... when they plan to publish it.

2. Domestic Abuse
asked by: Mike Amesbury
... Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012; and whether he plans to bring forward legislative proposals to improve access to justice for that group.

3. Domestic Abuse
asked by: Mike Amesbury
... Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 has caused an unintended bias in access to justice in favour of the abuser rather than the victim.

4. Domestic Abuse
asked by: Rachael Maskell
... what steps she is taking to extend the Ask for Ani scheme to more venues.

5. Domestic Abuse
asked by: Jessica Morden
... (c) 2019 and (d) 2020.

Latest Questions
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11 Current APPG Officers
Huw Merriman Portrait
Huw Merriman
Vice Chair
Conservative - Bexhill and Battle
Joined: 10th March 2021
Baroness Bertin Portrait
Baroness Bertin
Conservative - Life peer
Joined: 10th March 2021
1 APPG Membership
Domestic Violence and Abuse
Naz Shah Portrait
Naz Shah
Labour - Bradford West
Joined: 10th March 2021
Sarah Owen Portrait
Sarah Owen
Labour - Luton North
Joined: 10th March 2021
4 APPG Memberships
Adult Social Care , Baby Loss , Hate Crime , Kashmir
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Alex Davies-Jones MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 4981.


Public Enquiry Point:

Freddie Cook, Office of Alex Davies-Jones MP



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Benefits in Kind
21 Jan 2021
Respect is paid by the Noel Buxton Trust to act as the group's secretariat.   From : 21/01/2021 To : 20/02/2022

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse APPG