Domestic abuse can have a devastating effect on individuals and wider families. We are here to help anyone suffering domestic abuse and are committed to bringing offenders to justice. We work closely with our partner organisations to provide help, support and guidance to those in need.
What is Domestic Abuse?
Domestic abuse abuse is threatening, controlling, coercive behaviour, violence or abuse (psychological, virtual, physical, verbal, sexual, financial or emotional) inflicted on anyone (irrespective of age, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or any form of disability) by a current or former intimate partner or family member.
Remember, you are not to blame for any abuse that is happening to you.
Covering your tracks online
All of the pages below have a 'Leave this Site' button which appears on the right hand side of the screen on all devices except mobile phones. Clicking this button will close our website and display the Google homepage. Remember that your internet browsing history is accessible unless you delete it.
For more help and guidance, visit our covering your tracks online webpage.
How to get help
We are here to protect, help and support anybody who is suffering domestic abuse.
- We will fully investigate any incident that has occurred and take action against the perpetrator, if there is sufficient evidence.
- We will protect you and your children from immediate or further harm.
- We will provide information in relation to criminal proceedings and police procedure.
- We will provide information on local domestic abuse support agencies that can give emotional and practical assistance.