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Domestic Abuse

Domestic abuse is a crime in which the abuser seeks power and control over their victim and can affect women, men and children. It includes any threatening or controlling behaviour such as psychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional abuse.

We work with support services to help victims of Domestic Abuse. Please find more information below.

Support services for victims of Domestic Abuse

What is Domestic Abuse?

 What can I do if I'm a victim of Domestic Abuse?

What happens after I report Domestic Abuse to police?

Specialist Domestic Abuse investigators

Real-life examples of Domestic Abuse

Coercive Control - incidents that stop short of serious physical violence but amount to extreme psychological and emotional abuse

Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme or Clare's Law

Domestic Violence Protection Orders


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Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)

Forced Marriage

LGBT Communities

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