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Domestic Homicide Reviews (DHR’s) the ro

The conference offers a valuable opportunity to explore the role

of families and wider-testimonial networks in DHRs, understand the

gaps and more importantly, to make a pledge on what we can all do to

improve this system.

We welcome DHR Chairs, Community Safety Managers, Commissioners,

Panel members, practitioners and family members that contribute to the

compilation of reports in so many ways.

Speakers include:


Frank Mullane MBE - Founder and CEO, AAFDA


Becky Rogerson MBE - CEO, WWIN


Michelle O’Rourke - Domestic Homicide Oversight Mechanism Lead, Domestic Abuse Commissioner Office


Nicki Norman - Interim Deputy CEO, AAFDA. Presenting the research report, DHRs: the role of family, friends and community


Grace Wilson - Community Engagement Coordinator, Alice Ruggles Trust.


Laura - Family member speaker.


Dr Catherine Donovan - Professor of Sociology and Head of Department at Durham University. Chairing the conference.

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This conference is a 'must attend' for practitioners involved in DHRs


Tickets £25 per person, including the all-day conference with lunch and refreshments.

We expect demand to be high for this event with limited tickets - please ensure you book your place early to avoid missing out.


*This is an in-person only conference and will not be streamed online.*

This day is dedicated to the victims who have lost their lives to domestic abuse and the family members, friends and communities that suffer through their loss.

LOCATION: City Hall, Sunderland, SR1 3AA

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