All professionals

Our leaflets for all professionals are available to download below. 
The IDVA Service leaflet explains how the Independent Domestic Violence Advisory Team support victims referred by professionals
The second leaflet includes links to national guidance, tips on how to ask about domestic abuse and contacts for local services.
The Independent Sexual Violence Advisory Service (ISVA) is provided by Cambridge and Peterborough Rape Crisis Partnership.  Please see leaflets below for more information.
We have two short films to explain the IDVA Service and MARAC and Outreach Services in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.  The films are available on our You Tube Channel in English, Urdu, Punjabi, Russian, Polish, Lithuanian and British Sign Language
The flowchart below shows all available services for adult and child victims of domestic abuse or sexual violence
Health Professionals

The information leaflet below is for professionals working within health, with patients that may be experiencing new or ongoing mental health episodes and may lack mental capacity to meaningfully engage to encourage professional curiosity regarding any domestic abuse response.

The NICE Quality Standard for Domestic Violence and Abuse was released on 1st March 2016.  The Health and Social Care Act 2012 sets out a clear expectation that the care system should consider NICE quality standards in planning and delivering services, as part of a general duty to secure continuous improvement in quality.