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Reducing the Risk is dedicated to the safety of adults and children at risk of domestic abuse and to the empowerment of the professionals and volunteers who support them.
We are local: we provide the Independent Domestic Violence Advisory service and other guidance in Oxfordshire. We are national: through our training and our support for practitioners to work together to tackle abuse.
Interested in our training services?
We provide a number of bespoke training programmes for students, professionals, volunteers and organisations.
Worried about yourself or someone you know?
Our website contains helpful information regarding domestic abuse and how to seek support for yourself, or someone else.
Professional looking for information?
Reducing the Risk works with a variety of professionals, providing guidance, detailed information and advice.
If you or someone you know is in danger, contact 999. There are also a number of specialised local and national support services available.
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For the latest news from Reducing the Risk, along with any upcoming training or event announcements please visit our News page.
Reducing the Risk is honoured to work with and support a network of passionate DA Champions, professionals, and survivors.
Survivor and IDVA service user
Teresa, DA Champion, Oxfordshire
“In my role as a frontline worker, I am often asked for advice such as keeping safe, local support offers, and specialist services. I have the support of other Champions and when I have a question that I am not sure about I am able to call on the network to find the answer. This ensures that women are given the right information and support, they are not left feeling alone. Being a Champion enables you to share your knowledge with other professionals and challenge victim-blaming. This valued knowledge has enabled me to be more equipped when working with those affected by Domestic Abuse.”
Domestic Abuse Champion, Oxfordshire
Faye, Bucks DA Champion's Network Lead
Teresa is one of our DA Champions and Champion trainers in Oxfordshire working in early help
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