Refer to our Service

Please download, complete and submit a referral form should you wish to refer a service user to our service. Referral forms for both the YP service and the Adult Service can be found below.

Before making a referral please take note of our eligibility criteria below.

Once you have completed the form, please send to

Please take note of our eligibility and suitability criteria below, and please ensure you fully complete the form before submitting as incomplete referrals will be returned.

All referrals submitted get a reply confirming receipt. If you do not get this, please call us to ensure we have received your email.

If you require a CJSM email please send your referral to

If you use other secure email platforms, we may have difficulty receiving your email. We do have an egress email should you wish to send your referral via egress. Please call us for this email address.

Please print a copy of our leaflet to give to the service user you have referred. These can be found at the bottom of this page.

Referral Documents & Forms

YP Project Referral Form - PDFYP Project Referral Form - Word DocumentJenkins Centre Referral Form - Word Document

Eligibility and Suitability – Adult Service


The client/s cannot be involved in ongoing criminal legal proceedings relating to their use of domestic violence/abuse.

Where clients are in private legal proceedings relating to child safeguarding/contact they are also ineligible for the service until the proceedings have ended. We cannot accept self referrals where the client has been involved with CAFCASS in the last 12 months.

We can accept public legal proceedings where social care or other relevant professional is involved. We strongly advice these cases remain open during engagement with our service.

If the client is in pre-proceedings or is likely to be entering proceedings, relating to safeguarding children, we would request an expert risk assessment where possible.

Perpetrators who are have completed another perpetrator programme (e.g. BBR) within the last 6 months are ineligible.

We do not readily make available reports for court purposes. All reports are through Professional hold the risk of that referral only.


Consider the following when making a referral:

Does the perpetrator admit to having used at least some violent/abusive behaviour?

Do they demonstrate some motivation to change it?

Are they likely to be able to reliably attend assessments/ a programme?

Are there any other barriers to participation that need to be addressed- drug/alcohol misuse/mental health issues

If you are struggling to make a decision you can book an appointment to speak to our team.  We can advise you in considering whether clients could benefit from a referral to the Jenkins Centre and to explore, referral pathways and eligibility etc.

Our professional drop in sessions are available on Wednesdays.

Book an appointmentReferral Criteria - Download Here

Jenkins Centre Leaflets

Jenkins Centre Leaflet Perpetrator Service (pdf)

The Jenkins Centre Referral Form must be submitted electronically through the organisations email system via one of the email addresses below: Standard referral email: CJSM secure email: Support in relation to completion of a referral can be accessed via The Jenkins Centre Tel: 0116 2540101. Once we have received your referral, we will send confirmation of receipt and referral processing shall commence.

Useful Documents