--> TACTICS : Collaboration between police and different support service providers is key to effectively responding to intimate partner violence

As police officers are often the first persons alerted to cases of domestic violence, they are required to be the ‘gate-keepers’ to the wider network of service providers, especially victim support and perpetrator services. However, in many jurisdictions in Europe, multiple barriers, including organisational, systemic and individual, prevent law enforcement agencies from making necessary referrals and facilitating reporting. Overcoming these barriers by enhancing the knowledge and capacity of police and other frontline workers in the ecosystem is the main focus of “TACTICS - Improving the response and follow-up of victims and perpetrators of domestic violence by police authorities”.

The TACTICS consortium will produce the following materials to support European stakeholders to provide a coordinated response to domestic violence:
- Regional Reports on Existing DV Response System
- Training Manual for Police and related frontline workers
- Digital tools for police based on multi-agency cooperation training materials
- 7 Regional Roadmaps to Improve DV Response System


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