In the UK, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men will experience stalking in their lifetime. [1]

Daniel Price-Jones is an NHS Consultant Forensic Psychologist at Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust who works within Cheshire Constabulary’s Harm Reduction Unit. His passion for using psychological knowledge and its practical application in the real world setting of behavioural risk management informed the creation and development of the Harm Reduction Unit.

In this video, Daniel discusses the Harm Reduction Unit and the need for multi-agency working to manage risks in stalking cases. As a risk management pathway, the unit is integrated for partnership working, allowing risk to inform the pathway taken in cases to safeguard and protect victims.

[1] Home Office, Violence against Women and Girls and Male Position Factsheet

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1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men will experience stalking in their lifetime. Cheshire Constabulary’s Harm Reduction Unit is an integrated multiagency unit which safeguards victims of stalking and harassment. Daniel Price-Jones, Forensic Psychologist for Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust discusses his role within the Harm Reduction unit and the need for multiagency work with perpetrators in cases to help protect and safeguard victims.

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