We have many leaflets for professionals working with those who have been abused by their partner.
- Hertfordshire's Domestic Abuse Strategy
- Herts Sunflower posters
- Herts Sunflower services leaflets
- General advice leaflets
- Domestic abuse leaflets from national services
Hertfordshire's Domestic Abuse Strategy
It sets out how all the agencies with a responsibility for preventing and tackling domestic abuse will work together to break the cycle of abuse.
- Domestic Abuse Equalities Impact Assessment – the equalities impact assessment for the county's domestic abuse strategy
- Domestic Abuse Joint Strategic Needs Assessment 2015 – the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment for domestic abuse in Hertfordshire
- Domestic Abuse Joint Strategic Needs Analysis summary – summary of the recommendations from the Joint Strategic Needs Analysis
- Domestic Abuse Strategy Summary – summary of Hertfordshire's Joint Domestic Abuse Strategy
- Hertfordshire Domestic Abuse Strategy – Hertfordshire Domestic Abuse Partnership's joint strategy for preventing and tackling domestic abuse in the county
Herts Sunflower posters
- Female Genital Mutilation poster 1 (PDF, 606kb)
- Female Genital Mutilation poster 2 (PDF, 782kb)
- Forced Marriage poster (PDF, 480kb)
Herts Sunflower services leaflets
- Herts Sunflower J9 Resource and Information Pack 2019
- Hertfordshire Sunflower Services Leaflet (October 2011)
- Hertfordshire Sunflower drop in service - leaflet
- Herts Sunflower poster (2018) (PDF)
- Hertfordshire Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy (IDVA) flyer
General advice leaflets
- Going to court (pdf)
- Domestic abuse and the law (pdf)
- Domestic violence general advice factsheet (pdf)
- Domestic Violence Protection Notice/Order factsheet (pdf)
- Coercive control factsheet (pdf)
- Clare’s Law (Disclosure Scheme) factsheet
Domestic abuse leaflets from national services
- The Women’s Aid website has a ‘survivor handbook’ available in many different languages. Women’s Aid – Help & Advice – Information in Other Languages. The Survivor’s Handbook provides step-by-step guidance on all aspects of accessing support. It includes information on safety planning, legal options, the effects of abuse on children, housing and refuge options and health issues.
- National Centre For Domestic Violence website – Professionals can make a referral directly to the National Centre for Domestic Violence online for help with injunctions. The victim will be contacted within 24 hours.
- Mankind leaflet – provides advice and support for male victims
- Galop are an LGBT+ anti-violence charity. They work with individuals who have experienced hate crime, sexual violence or domestic abuse. They also support lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people who have had issues with the police or have questions about the criminal justice system. They are a completely independent community-led group.