Hot on the heels of #MeToo, we have Liam Allan and Isaac Itiary. Questions are now being asked about the conduct of rape trials, and in particular the role played by the police and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).
CAFCASS: Learning from Serious Case Reviews
Introduction Every so often yours truly suffers from an attack of optimism. Do not be alarmed. Thus far it has never lasted long. Whilst we continue to flounder in the usual ocean of falsity, some odd things have been happening recently. My last post advertised the Ministry of Justice’s ‘fessing up to the greater likelihood […]
UK PV Perpetrator Programmes – Part 2
William Collins looks at research evidence against the feminist patriarchal power & control view of domestic violence.
The Illustrated Empathy Gap
A very brief bullet point list of men and boys’ issues follows.
Invisible Dead Men
The thrust of this post is putting names, and case histories, to the statistics of men killed by their partners. You can skip straight to that, below, if you wish (see the list of 78 names, here or below, or jump to the case histories). However, my motivation for addressing this topic is the ratification […]
330 Child Homicides
In the 7 years 2009 to 2015 there were 330 children culpably killed in the UK whose deaths have been subject to Serious Case Reviews by the child protection authorities (excluding suicides). Below I present a review of information gleaned from these Serious Case Reviews (SCRs). This serves two purposes. Firstly, as I and others […]