Domestic homicide review

Community Safety Partnerships are legally required to carry out domestic homicide reviews (DHRs) where the death of a person occurs, or is thought to have occurred, as a result of violence, abuse or neglect by a family member or a member of the same household. 

Domestic homicide reviews are carried out to try and establish what lessons can be learned from how organisations worked individually and together, to prevent domestic homicides in the future. The reviews are made public to restore confidence and to show transparency of the processes in place to protect victims. 

You can view Tamworth reviews by searching the Home Office's domestic homicide review library.