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Domestic abuse happens in every part of the UK every day.
Cleveland Police works with other organisations and agencies to provide advice and support.
Local and national advice , counselling services, refuge numbers and local authority services.
The police's first priority is to protect the victim, taking appropriate action and giving advice.
Information to help anyone who is or knows someone who is a victim of domestic abuse.
Local and national advice, counselling services, refuge numbers and local authority services.
The Home Office has introduced a scheme allowing police to disclose to individuals details of their partners' abusive pasts
Abuse doesn’t have to be physical violence. It can also refer to emotional, psychological, sexual and even financial abuse.
If you’re an abuser, you should know Cleveland Police will take action against you and if you commit a criminal offence you can be arrested....
Have a look at our frequently asked question. Do they sound familiar? Don’t forget, you’re not alone……..
Cleveland Police is committed to providing a positive and effective response to reports of domestic violence. Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabularies Inspection report is our guideline on how to respond.
This information can help you to cover your tracks online to an extent, but the only way to be sure is to use a completely different computer, either at a local library, internet cafe, at a friend's house or at work.
If you are a victim, your safety is paramount. Having a safety plan is one way you can help reduce the risk to you and any children you may have.
Children are completely dependent on the adults around them, and if they do not feel safe in their own homes, this can have many negative physical and emotional effects.
The cameras are expected to capture evidence of crimes as they happen
Operation Encompass is the implementation of key partnership working between Cleveland Police, Local Authorities and nominated ‘Key Adults’ in schools.