Controlling or Coercive Behaviour: Supporting Schools’ Response to the Government Consultation on Statutory Guidance for Frontline Agencies


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This webinar will provide governors, headteachers, safeguarding leads, teachers and teaching assistants with an overview and insight into the updated statutory guidance on controlling or coercive behaviour, reflecting changes to criminal offences and other associated guidance.

On 30 April 2022, the Home Office published their updated, draft version of their Controlling or coercive behaviour statutory guidance for consultation. The document provides information on how to reduce the risk of harm to, and provide support for, the victim and their family, including how other agencies, including schools, can assist. It also provides information on identifying, evidencing, charging, prosecuting and convicting the updated offence. The consultation closes on 25 June 2022.

In this webinar, Robin Watts, international safeguarding expert and education consultant who has worked with schools worldwide, explores the key areas that the document looks to cover, how the new guidance will impact safeguarding in education settings and why schools should get involved in the consultation process.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding the rationale behind the latest update and the key objectives of the new draft guidance, including what it aims to achieve.

  • Recognising key updates to criminal offences and legislative changes and how this might be supported by schools and education professionals.

  • Appreciating what the guidance proposes with respect to delivering a multi-agency response and how schools can assist as part of victim support.

  • Gaining an understanding of related harms, offences and other subsets of domestic abuse and how these can impact children and young people.

  • Recognising some of the other related considerations that the draft guidance outlines, particularly in relation to safeguarding those who may be deemed more vulnerable.

Robin Watts

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Robin Watts

International safeguarding expert and education consultant who has worked with schools worldwide.
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