Domestic Violence and Abuse is a crime and a major social problem affecting many families. In 90% of reported Domestic Violence incidents, children have either been present in the same or a nearby room - this has a very bad effect on them.
The Ministry Of Defence has a zero tolerance policy regarding Domestic Violence and Abuse. Never hesitate to call the Military Police who can help you. They can also put you in touch with other people who can help you with safety planning, housing issues, and drug or alcohol problems and give you details of advisors who can assist you with the legal side of things.
LINKS & RESOURCES
OUR GUIDE TO DOMESTIC ABUSE
Our guide details what Domestic Abuse is, the impact it can have and who you can talk to for more information or support.
NATIONAL CENTRE FOR DOMESTIC ABUSE
"specialise in providing free, fast and effective support to survivors of domestic violence and abuse to everybody, regardless of their financial circumstances, sexual orientation, race, gender, age, political, religious belief or otherwise."
"work to ensure women are believed, know abuse is not their fault and that their experiences have been understood."
For more information on any of our services, or if you want to find some more specific contact details, please select the relevant service below: