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Event report - Improving support for survivors of rape and sexual abuse in the T

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ENSURING SUPPORT FOR SURVIVORS OF RAPE AND SEXUAL ABUSE: EVERYONE IS NEEDED

Contents

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p<>{color:#000;}. Background and goals

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p<>{color:#000;}. Speakers

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p<>{color:#000;}. Participants

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p<>{color:#000;}. Prior to the day

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p<>{color:#000;}. On the day

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p<>{color:#000;}. Following up

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p<>{color:#000;}. Recommendations and next steps

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p<>{color:#000;}. Reactions

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p<>{color:#000;}. Learning points

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p<>{color:#000;}. Acknowledgements

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p<>{color:#000;}. Copyright notice

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p<>{color:#000;}. Appendix 1 – table notes from the day

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p<>{color:#000;}. Appendix 2 – emails to participants

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p<>{color:#000;}. Appendix 3 – Trust House’s guide for supporters of survivors

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p<>{color:#000;}. Appendix 4 – PowerPoints used on the day

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Background and goals

 

Date: 30^th^ November 2016 Location:  Reading College

 

It is vital that we keep the focus on the best local approaches to supporting survivors of rape and sexual abuse.  A mix of regional, national and local experts came together to discuss how we can work together to deliver this.

The participants heard from key speakers and collaborated using the tried and tested approach of workshops and discussion. They also used new online collaboration tools and social media to make this event accessible to as many people as possible.

The seminar was organised jointly by Holy Brook Associates and Trust House Reading, part of The Survivor’s Trust.

 

Our goal was to bring together key stakeholders from across organisations to share their expertise and experience in improving the support available for survivors of rape and sexual abuse in the Thames Valley.

 

We used an Appreciative Inquiry framework, a strength-based approach to transformation, and the Table Group’s approach to creating functional teams which builds a constructive, results focused atmosphere.

 

This report is authored by Cllr Rachel Eden ACMA, Director of Holy Brook Associates.

Speakers

Fay Maxted, OBE, Chief Executive of The Survivors Trust

Fay is CEO of The Survivors Trust.  She is a member of the Victims and Survivors Consultative Panel for the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse and a Panel Member for the Children’s Commissioners Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse in the Family Environment.

DI Nick Glister, Detective Inspector, Crime & PVP Strategy, Thames Valley Police

DI Nick Glister has been with TVP for the past 18 years serving at various locations across the force. For the past 7 years, Nick has been a DI and acting DCI, involved in the management of rape investigations throughout that time. Nick currently works within the Crime Strategy Unit using his experience & knowledge to improve quality of investigation and service to rape survivors.

Namita Prakash, Manager, Trust House Reading

Namita Prakash has been the Manager of Trust House Reading since September 2013 and prior to that worked with the Ministry of Justice to obtain the initial funding.

Dr Jennifer Wallis, Lead Specialist CAMH

Dr Wallis is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist for Berkshire Healthcare Foundation Trust

Wendy Walker, Policy Development, Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

Having worked previously for Thames Valley Police as Force Tasking Manager, Wendy now works for the PCC Thames Valley leading on future commissioning practices.

Rebecca Flynn, Service Manager, Safeguarding Adults Team (SAT)

Rebecca has worked in both children and adult social services for 20 years, qualifying as a social worker in 2003. She specialised in Adult Social Care from 2006, working in various teams and more recently managing the Safeguarding Adults team in Wiltshire. She then moved across to Reading Borough Council as the Interim Safeguarding Service Manager in January 2016. The Care Act has ensured that Adult Safeguarding is firmly on the map and she is keen to promote the message that Adult Safeguarding is Everybody’s Business

 

 

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Event report - Improving support for survivors of rape and sexual abuse in the T

It is vital that we keep the focus on the best local approaches to supporting survivors of rape and sexual abuse. A mix of regional, national and local experts came together to discuss how we can work together to deliver this. The participants heard from key speakers and collaborated using the tried and tested approach of workshops and discussion. They also used new online collaboration tools and social media to make this event accessible to as many people as possible. The seminar was organised jointly by Holy Brook Associates and Trust House Reading, part of The Survivor’s Trust. Our goal was to bring together key stakeholders from across organisations to share their expertise and experience in improving the support available for survivors of rape and sexual abuse in the Thames Valley. We used an Appreciative Inquiry framework, a strength-based approach to transformation, and the Table Group’s approach to creating functional teams which builds a constructive, results focused atmosphere. This is the event report, authored by Cllr Rachel Eden ACMA, Director of Holy Brook Associates.

  • ISBN: 9781370558681
  • Author: Rahcel Eden
  • Published: 2017-01-17 13:05:11
  • Words: 6673
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