Domestic abuse is when one person, within an intimate or family relationship, uses threatening behaviour or violence to control another against their wishes.

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A leaflet detailing support services is available to download here: leaflet

CRIMESTOPPERS RAISING AWARENESS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE

Crimestoppers is joining in the campaign to raise awareness of Domestic Abuse reporting.  Please share these messages far and wide with your contacts family/friends/professional.

Below is the latest domestic abuse messaging:

Twitter: Help look out for others. Learn the signs to spot or speak up for those that feel they can't. Tell the charity @CrimestoppersUK what you know 100% anonymously - 0800 555 111 or online: https://bit.ly/2ykQ3bo

Facebook: Help look out for others. Learn the signs to spot or speak up for those that feel they can't. Tell the charity @Crimestoppers what you know 100% anonymously - 0800 555 111 or online: https://bit.ly/2ykQ3bo

Domestic abuse support, information for professionals and domestic abuse resources are available on the Safer and Stronger website. 

Visit the Domestic Abuse Hub on the North Somerset Safer and Stronger website for information on:

Information for professionals including the DASH and MARAC referral form

Domestic abuse support

Domestic abuse resources

Worried you're hurting someone you love?

 

Reclaim is an organisation that offers counselling to anyone over 18 in North Somerset who has been affected by Domestic Abuse.  Download the Reclaim leaflet for further information.

The Quality and Performance sub-group carried out an audit in relation to Domestic Abuse.  A briefing of the key findings, learning points and recommendations has been produced and is available to download.

Domestic Abuse Briefing