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Lyndsey Dearlove

Domestic Abuse, Sexual Violence, Harassment & Controlling Behaviours Advisor

Lyndsey has spent the past couple of years developing UK says NO MORE - a national initiative to raise awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault in the UK and Bright Sky – a domestic abuse and sexual violence awareness and prevention app for victims of abuse, professionals and for those who are concerned about a friend, colleague or family member.

Prior to this Lyndsey has worked with victims of domestic abuse, sexual violence and violent crime for over 15 years. She has to managed; domestic abuse outreach support services, refuges, children and family services, Independent domestic violence services (IDVA) and co-ordinated multi-agency risk assessment conferences (MARAC’s). During her time as the manager of the Hillingdon domestic abuse outreach service, she developed the award winning Butterfly Project which is an adaptable model for survivor led - peer support groups.

Lyndsey has extensive experience in creating and delivering training around gender constructs, peer support, young people and abuse, risk assessment and management, domestic abuse and sexual violence. She has delivered training to the Metropolitan police, Local authorities, not for profit organisations, universities and colleges and most recently the National Football League (NFL), where she created and delivered training around gender, domestic abuse and sexual violence.

Lyndsey enjoys bringing people to together; to share experiences, ideas, knowledge and expertise and truly believes that only by working together can we end domestic abuse and sexual violence.

Lyndsey Dearlove
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