This page contains links to documents which support the PPDVP or which may be useful to researchers and police members across the pacific who are undertaking study on domestic violence.
PICP Declaration of Partnership with PPDVP
Baseline Reviews of Participating Countries
The PPDVP commissioned Baseline Reviews of the four participating countries (Cook Islands, Tonga, Samoa and Kiribati) in 2006 – 2007. These surveys were undertaken by the Victoria University of Wellington. The reports serve as a point to work forward from and to help assess the impact of the PPDVP in each country.
An assessment for the 5th participating country, Vanuatu, was completed in 2009.
The four original reviews will be refreshed in 2010, to assist in the evaluation of the impact that the PPDVP and the local police activities have had.
Various training curriculum have been developed, generally in a Train the Trainer format. These are available below:
General Resources and References
(Note that the above policies are a final draft and will be updated in due course)
SPC Beijing+15 Report - Warning – this is a large file – almost 4MB
The newsletter may take time to download because of the size: 8.69 MB
Medical and Forensic Management:
The six papers below are provided by the Pacific Police Development Programme porimarily, but also from other sources as well.