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Publications - Centre for Abuse Research

Associated publications and research outputs:

Adisa O. and Costello F. (2019). Supporting victims of DA in safe accommodation. Evidence submission to Suffolk County Council.

Adisa O. (2019). The evaluation of Venta: a project aimed at the men who abuse women in Suffolk. Ipswich: University of Suffolk.

Adisa O. (2018). An evaluation of an alternative money advice service for survivors of domestic abuse. Ipswich: University of Suffolk.

Adisa, O and Costello F. (2019, May 21):  Breaking the silence, seeking support, and PSN+: experiences of migrant women fleeing abuse.

Adisa, O. (2018, Nov 29): Financial capability and domestic abuse: exploring the evidence base.

Bridging the evidence gap: financial capability and domestic abuse, March 14th, 2018, FinCap, UK Financial Strategy.

Bond, E.; Bland, M.; McGuire, J.; Dixon, L. and Hallsworth, S. (2016) An analysis of recorded domestic abuse in Suffolk and a review of evidence for interventions to respond to, prevent and improve reporting rates of domestic abuse Better Policing Collaborative.

Bond, E.; Bland, M.; McGuire, J.; Dixon, L. and Hallsworth, S. (2016) An analysis of recorded domestic abuse in Norfolk and a review of evidence for interventions to respond to, prevent and improve reporting rates of domestic abuse Better Policing Collaborative.

Bond, E.; Bland, M.; McGuire, J.; Dixon, L. and Hallsworth, S. (2016) An analysis of recorded domestic abuse in the West Midlands and a review of evidence for interventions to respond to, prevent and improve reporting rates of domestic abuse Better Policing Collaborative.

Bond, E.; Bland, M.; McGuire, J.; Dixon, L. and Hallsworth, S. (2016) An analysis of recorded domestic abuse in  Dorset and a review of evidence for interventions to respond to, prevent and improve reporting rates of domestic abuse Better Policing Collaborative.

Related research:

  • The Norfolk and Suffolk “Project SafetyNet” (PSN+) pilot service for migrant domestic abuse victims.
  • The economic justice project --- routine screening for economic abuse into the delivery of domestic violence services (partners: Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) and Solace Women's Aid).
  • Evaluation of the Domestic Abuse and Economic Abuse (DEAP) project (Banking element) (partners: SEA, Money Advice Plus).
  • Evaluation of the Suffolk Refuges - Suffolk County Council.
  • Examining the impact and sustainability of MARACS - a scoping study.
  • Evaluation of Venta (Domestic violence- working with men who use abusive behaviour) – (Completed).
  • Evaluation of the money advice service - ACT (Completed).
  • Supporting more effective health service responses to survivors of violence and abuse (Evidence Briefing).