Risk Analysis of Domestic Violence Calls
Paper details 1. Review: http://www.avertfamilyviolence.com.au/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2013/06/Screening_Risk_Assessment.pdf https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/police-officers-are-killed-dealing-with-domestic-violence-and-other-problems-we-ignore/2016/02/29/cdde4a4c-defb-11e5-9c36-e1902f6b6571_story.html?utm_term=.0b9fa76266c7 2. You and your partner have just received a call to a domestic violence scene. There are children on the premises and it is believed that at least one or both of the adults involved have weapons. Explain, in a detailed report, how you would do the following: a. Assess and secure the scene. b. Protect bystanders. c. Remove the children. d. Evaluate your own situation and that of your partner until backup arrives. e. Would you try to enter the home? Why or why not? How would you assess that risk? 3. Reflect on Ephesians 5: 22–29 https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Ephesians+5%3A22-29&version=NIV and explain how adherence this scripture could stop domestic violence.