Published: March, 2013| Jill Proudfoot

In Auckland, New Zealand, when police respond to domestic violence incidents, community advocates follow up with the adult survivors; but children also receive in-home visits to address safety planning, trauma, and recovery. This webinar includes discussion of how the project was set up, its purpose, structure and outcomes. SHINE bases its philosophy on Duluth’s DAIP and the similar Hamilton (NZ) Abuse Intervention Project. The core practice of having advocates contact women following their partners’ arrest for a domestic abuse-related charge originated with Duluth’s DAIP.