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Wisdom Wednesdays

Wisdom Wednesdays is Catch22's Justice blog series covering topics from hate crime to restorative justice to working in our Justice services and more.

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Victims

  • Domestic abuse and sexual violence: We highlight the different forms of abuse and how to support victims.
  • Hidden Victimhood: Katherine Fuentes Dominguez, Head of Service for Nottinghamshire Victim Care, shares her insight on the perception of victims and what is meant by ‘hidden victims’.
  • Supporting victims of hate crime: We discuss hate crime, the impact it has on victims and how Catch22 Victim Services’ support can bring about positive change to victims.
  • What is Honour-Based Violence?: We discuss what honour-based violence is, how it happens and the work of our services to support victims of honour-based violence.
  • Why is restorative justice important?: We look at restorative justice, why it is so important, and how effective it can be.
  • How to be safe from fraud: In this blog, you can learn about different types of scams, how to report them and how to keep yourself – and your money – safe from fraudsters.
  • Violence against women and girls: We discuss the topic of violence against women and girls, support systems that are in place, and the perception of gender-based violence within our society.

 

CSE and Missing

  • SPACE talks Missing Incidents: In a guest piece from SPACE (Stop and Prevent Adolescent Criminal Exploitation), we share insight on our National Child Exploitation Strategy – acknowledging the risks of missing incidents.
  • Child exploitation and criminal behaviour: This blog focuses on child exploitation and criminal behaviour and why we need to recognise that many young people involved in criminal activity are victims of grooming and violence.

 

Probation

 

Frontline professionals