Dear Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service,

Hi there

I would like to know after a high risk abuser does dvpp course. How do you do a new risk assesment on they penetrator.

Yours faithfully,

Bill

Governance - Cafcass, Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service

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Dear Bill,

 

Thank you for your email.

 

Please could you clarify the information you would like in relation to
DVPPs?  Are you looking for information in regards to  risk assessments
conducted once  an individual  has participated/completed a DVPP? We are
unclear from your request below what information you require.

 

Please  also note that in order for a Freedom of Information request to be
valid, the request must include the requester’s real name. This is in
accordance with ICO guidance on Freedom of Information requests. The
guidance states that any variation of the requester’s title or first name
combined with their surname (e.g. Mr Smith or John Smith) will be
sufficient to meet this requirement. However, a first name or surname
provided in isolation, such as Bill,  will not.

 

Please could you provide your full name  or a suitable alternative such as
your title, initial and surname, e.g. Mr B Smith, so that we may process
your request.

 

Kind regards,

 

Governance Team | Cafcass

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Dear Bill,

 

Thank you for your email and for your Freedom of Information request.

 

Please note that we are still awaiting clarification of your request.
Please could you clarify the information you would like in relation to
DVPPs?  Are you looking for information in regards to   what risk
assessments are conducted once  an individual  has participated/completed
a DVPP? We are unclear from your request below what information you
require.

 

Please note that this is also a reminder that in order for a Freedom of
Information request to be valid, the request must include the requester’s
real name. This is in accordance with the ICO guidance on Freedom of
Information requests. The guidance states that’s any variation of the
requester’s title or first name combined with their surname (e.g. Mr Smith
or Bill  Smith) will be sufficient to meet this requirement. However, a
first name or surname provided in isolation, such as Bill, will not.

 

Please could you provide either your full name e.g Bill Smith or a
suitable alternative such as your title, initial and surname, e.g Mr B
Smith, so that we may process your request.

 

Thank you for your help.

 

Kind regards,

 

Governance Team | Cafcass

* [1][CAFCASS request email] | ü [2]www.cafcass.gov.uk 

[3]Cafcass_Logo_2014_email

 

 

 

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Governance - Cafcass, Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service

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Dear Bill,

 

Thank you for your email and for your Freedom of Information request.

 

Please note that we are still awaiting clarification of your request.
Please could you clarify the information you would like in relation to
DVPPs?  Are you looking for information in regards to   what risk
assessments are conducted by Cafcass once  an individual  has
participated/completed a DVPP? We are unclear from your request below what
information you require.

 

Please note that this is also a reminder that in order for a Freedom of
Information request to be valid, the request must include the requester’s
real name. This is in accordance with the ICO guidance on Freedom of
Information requests. The guidance states that any variation of the
requester’s title or first name combined with their surname (e.g. Mr Smith
or Bill  Smith) will be sufficient to meet this requirement. However a
first name or surname provided in isolation, such as Bill, will not.

 

Please could you provide either your full name e.g Bill Smith or a
suitable alternative such as your title, initial and surname, e.g Mr B
Smith, so that we may process your request.  We are unable to process your
request until we have confirmation of your real name and clarification in
regards to the information you are requesting.

 

Thank you for your help.

 

Kind regards,

 

Governance Team | Cafcass

* [1][CAFCASS request email] | ü [2]www.cafcass.gov.uk 

[3]Cafcass_Logo_2014_email

 

 

 

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Dear Governance - Cafcass,

Sorry what I meant was how does Cafcass risk assess a individual once he has completed a DVPP so its safe for the child to have safe contact with their parent and for the mother to feel confident about it.

Yours sincerely,

Mr Bill James

Governance - Cafcass, Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service

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Dear Mr James,

 

Thank you for your email and for clarifying your request and your full
name.

 

Please accept this as a formal acknowledgement of your Freedom of
Information request which was clarified by yourself on 23 January 2018.
Cafcass also received clarification of your request on this date. Your
reference number is CAF18-002.

 

Please note that in accordance with the ICO guidance on Freedom of
Information requests, the time limit for compliance will not begin until
the public authority have received the necessary clarification to enable
them to answer the request. Therefore the 20 working days for compliance
began on 23 January 2018.

 

We aim to respond to you promptly, and at the latest 20 working days from
receipt of your clarified  request. You will therefore receive a response
on or before 19 February 2018.

 

Kind regards,

 

Governance Team | Cafcass

* [1][CAFCASS request email] | ü [2]www.cafcass.gov.uk 

[3]Cafcass_Logo_2014_email

 

 

 

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Dear Mr James,

 

Thank you for your email.

 

Please find attached our response to your Freedom of Information request.

 

Kind regards,

 

Governance Team | Cafcass

* [1][CAFCASS request email] | ü [2]www.cafcass.gov.uk 

[3]Cafcass_Logo_2014_email

 

 

 

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