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Domestic Abuse



The Southend, Essex and Thurrock (SET) framework can help organisations ensure their staff have appropriate domestic violence and abuse training, commensurate with their role. Correct training will give those working with victims, families and perpetrators the confidence to provide an appropriate response to disclosures ensuring that the victim/survivors and perpetrators will be supported and signposted to suitable services, increasing safety.

The framework can be used to:



The Framework can be accessed on the SET Domestic Abuse Board website.


For support in commissioning training please see the ESCB/ESAB Monitoring and Evaluating Learning and Development Toolkit.


Domestic Abuse - Online Community J9 training sessions 


J9 training sessions are intended to raise awareness and increase knowledge and understanding of domestic abuse, ensuring that people are equipped to respond appropriately and effectively.


Sessions will begin on Thursday 2nd July and continue to take place:



The training will be hosted via Zoom and last for approximately 1 hour. Prior to training you will be required to watch a video; this is a 20 minute video made by Janine Mundy’s family, whom the J9 initiative is named after.


Following training you will receive a link to download the J9 Information Pack which contains useful information and contact numbers.


If you would like to book a place please email: