Type de publication:

Book Chapter

Source:

Improving Frontline Responses to Domestic Violence in Europe, University of Maribor Press, Ticket 1, Nombre 1, p.161-178 (2021)

ISBN:

978-961-286-543-6

Numéro d'appel:

halshs-03472996

URL:

https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-03472996

Résumé:

Since the 2000s, several laws have been enacted by the French parliament to make domestic violence a crime taken more seriously. Among the most important developments, a 2010 bill introduced the protection order in French law; the inter-ministerial mission for the protection of women against violence and the fight against human trafficking (MIPROF) was created in 2013, and a set of conferences between public stakeholders and NGOs took place in 2019 (the "Grenelle des violences conjugales"). In France, policies to combat domestic violence at the local level essentially rely on the setting and diffusion of two types of organisational arrangements. The first type of arrangement is a specialised domestic violence unit that is set up within a larger organisation with a more general mission, such as law enforcement agencies, hospitals, or social services. The second type of arrangement is an inter-organisational structure intended to provide a framework for partnership cooperation against domestic violence, such as social workers embedded in police stations to provide expert assistance to victims when they report domestic violence.

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