Expected result: Trained police officers are capable of understanding the gender dynamics of intimate partner violence and can develop, with the contribution of victims and the collaboration of other relevant agencies, strategies that ensure victims’ safety from physical and psychological violence
Expected result: Police officers take into consideration individual characteristics such as race, disability, age, religion, immigration status, ethnicity and sexual orientation, and implement interventions aimed at preventing victims’ secondary victimisation.
Expected result: Trained police are able to use collected administrative data on intimate partner violence in monitoring and evaluating risk management strategies and interventions, to better prevent repeat victimisation.
Expected result: Regular monitoring of reported cases of intimate partner violence should better ensure victims’ safety and keep perpetrators accountable.
Expected result: Police officers are capable of making a solid contribution in the context of a multiagency mechanism and in developing targeted interventions, within the police’s mandate and competences.