If someone is in immediate danger and their life is threatened, they should dial the Police on 999; if you are unable to talk, once connected to 999 press 55 and the police will attend. If it is not an emergency but you need help from the police, please call 101. For non-emergencies you can also report a crime online

This website may be of help to you if:

  • You believe you are experiencing, or have experienced, domestic abuse 
  • You are supporting someone you believe to be a victim  
  • You are a child or young person being affected by domestic abuse  
  • You are concerned you are abusive towards your partner, ex-partner, or towards a family member. 

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