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Controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate or family relationship- controlling parents

Culpability

demonstrated by one or more of the following:

A – Higher culpability

  • Conduct intended to maximise fear or distress
  • Persistent action over a prolonged period
  • Use of multiple methods of controlling or coercive behaviour
  • Sophisticated offence
  • Conduct intended to humiliate and degrade the victim

B– Medium culpability

  • Conduct intended to cause some fear or distress
  • Scope and duration of offence that falls between categories A and C
  • All other cases that fall between categories A and C

C – Lesser culpability

  • Offender’s responsibility substantially reduced by mental disorder or learning disability
  • Offence was limited in scope and duration

https://www.sentencingcouncil.org.uk/offences/magistrates-court/item/controlling-or-coercive-behaviour-in-an-intimate-or-family-relationship/

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