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Domestic abuse and sexual violence

Domestic abuse and sexual violence affects tens of thousands of people every year in Norfolk. The scale of the problem combined with the impact it has on people, makes tackling domestic abuse and sexual violence a priority for everyone in the county. To ensure that the response to domestic abuse

Powerful new domestic abuse films released in Norfolk

abuse, has been launched in Norfolk. Six videos are being released as part of the Norfolk Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Board (DASVB) campaign, called ‘Things Need to Change’, which portray victims of domestic abuse directly addressing their abusers. The five characters in the videos

Norfolk’s PCC supports domestic abuse awareness campaign

Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner Lorne Green is backing a city-wide initiative aimed at tackling domestic abuse. The ‘White Ribbon Window’ 2018 campaign was officially launched at the Forum in Norwich yesterday by Leeway Domestic Violence and Abuse Services and Norwich City Council

Have your say on domestic abuse services in the county

An online survey to understand domestic abuse concerns in Norfolk has been opened to the public, service users and professionals. Commissioned by the multi-agency Norfolk County Community Safety Partnership (NCCSP), the feedback will be used to assess progress of the Domestic Abuse Change

Norfolk continues to tackle domestic abuse with new initiatives

Two renowned domestic abuse campaigners are coming to Norfolk to share their story at three special events across the county. Luke and Ryan Hart suffered tragedy in 2016 when their abusive father murdered their mother and sister in a car park in Lincolnshire, before killing himself

Domestic abuse research network launched

of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk (OPCCN) is working with partners from across the eastern region to form a new Domestic Abuse Research Network. Dr Olumide Adisa, Research Fellow at the University of Suffolk, whose research and public engagement efforts has been a catalyst

Norfolk PCC opens national domestic abuse conference

Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Lorne Green, has given the opening address at the National Domestic Abuse Conference 2018 organised by Leeway. Addressing attendees at the conference in Norwich today, the PCC called for 'a concerted and sustained strategy' to tackle domestic

Organisations urged to sign countywide pledge to help victims of domestic abuse

Organisations across Norfolk are being asked to sign up to a new countywide campaign to help victims of domestic abuse. The Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Group in Norfolk (DASVG), which involves councils, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk

Tackling domestic and sexual abuse in Norfolk is ‘everyone’s business’ this White Ribbon Day and beyond

Partners across the county are continuing to work together in a bid to show tackling domestic and sexual abuse is ‘everyone’s business’ in Norfolk. This White Ribbon Day 2022 members of the *Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Group (DASVG) are joining forces to push home

New multi-million pound service supporting victims of domestic abuse coming to Norfolk

A major new service to improve support for victims of domestic abuse is to be launched in Norfolk, following an investment of more than £6million. The service, led by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk (OPCCN), will bring together specialist support teams to work