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Help tackle domestic abuse

Your views needed to help tackle domestic abuse in Norfolk

A survey has been launched by the Norfolk County Community Safety Partnership (NCCSP) asking for people's views of domestic abuse, to   help improve services for victims in Norfolk.

The county averages three domestic homicides a year - and one in four women and one in six men experience domestic abuse.
In more than half of domestic abuse calls that Norfolk Constabulary respond to, there are children present or in the next room. 

NCCSP is asking members of the public to complete a 10-minute online survey on the subject to help meet the needs of people who experience domestic abuse.

All information collected will be kept in the strictest confidence and used for research purposes only.

It will not be possible to identify any particular individual in the research findings.

Laura McGillivray, Chairman of NCCSP and Norfolk Domestic Abuse change programme board, said: "Please help us and others who are suffering.

"It is so important that all partners make it easier for people experiencing domestic abuse to know who to approach for help and to feel confident doing so.

"The information from the online surveys will help us develop services and information, so that we get it right for families in Norfolk.

"Thank you for your support and help."

To take part in the survey, visit your local authority website or go to

If you think a child, vulnerable adult or another person is at risk of domestic abuse in Norfolk and want to speak to someone contact Norfolk County Council on 0344 800 8020.

You can also call the National Domestic Violence 24 hour helpline on 0808 2000 247.

If you are being violent or abusive towards a current or previous partner and would like help or support to stop, ring the Respect phoneline on 0808 802 4040.

If you know someone is suffering from abuse, you can contact the police. Always dial 999 in an emergency.

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