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Keynote speakers at the event included;
Frank Mullane, Honorary Fellow of the University of Gloucestershire, CEO AAFDA, Centre of Excellence for Reviews after Domestic Homicide and for Specialist Peer Support.
Dr Jane Monckton Smith an expert in the area of homicide, stalking, coercive control, and criminal investigation. She is Director of the Centre for Learning and Innovation in Public Protection (CLIPP) at the University of Gloucestershire.
Shonagh Dillon, has worked in the violence against women sector for over two decades. In 2011 she set up a charity based in Hampshire that supports victims and survivors of domestic abuse, sexual violence and stalking. Shonagh believes that keeping victims as the central priority in services is the only way to affect change. Shonagh is currently undertaking a doctorate in the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Portsmouth.