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    Domestic Violence cases missed by authorities

    August 9, 2013

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    Domestic Violence cases missed by authorities – are the guidelines enough? Tina Royles is a psychotherapist and domestic violence expert, running her own private practice and counseling facility. Recently she was interviewed on LBC radio regarding whether the guidelines in place are enough following the tragic case of Daniel Pelka, who was abused by his […]

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    The Philpott Case – a classic example of Domestic Violence

    July 1, 2013

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    Back in April this year I was interviewed by LBC Radio (London) with regards to the Michael Philpott case. See the blog here: http://www.tinaroyles.com/tina-royles-interview-on-lbc-the-michael-philpott-trial More recently, I read an article on the BBC’s website highlighting that this case was a classic example of domestic violence. In particular it refers to his behavior as a ‘classic […]

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    Domestic Violence – The Importance Of Agencies Working Together

    March 14, 2013

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    In the case of a seven year old boy called Yaseen Ege, it seems that reports of domestic violence in the home were made as far back as 2003 but due to delays in referrals to children’s services these were not followed up until at least five years later. His mother, Sarah Ege beat Yaseen […]

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