The project has dealt with 500 cases in its first year
A project to support children living with domestic abuse has dealt with more than 500 cases in its first year.
Dumfries and Galloway was one of four regions selected by the Scottish Government for the pathfinder scheme.
Latest figures show police in the region deal with three or four cases of domestic abuse every day, with almost half of them involving children.
The pathfinder project is designed to co-ordinate support for the youngsters from a wide range of groups.
Social work, police, schools, the NHS and a number of other council services and voluntary sector agencies are involved.
The project has gained national recognition for its work.
Children's Minister Adam Ingram used a recent national conference to highlight the way local agencies shared information.
He said the intelligence system was so "fluid" that police information about a child who had experienced domestic abuse at the weekend, could be on the desk of a teacher before school started on the Monday morning.