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Increased Risk of Domestic Abuse over Christmas

Alert message sent 26/11/2021 10:00:00

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Increased Risk of Domestic Abuse over Christmas



For most of us, Christmas conjures up images of crappy cracker jokes, sickly mulled wine and a haze of Christmas Parties.  But for others, Christmas is the most feared time of the whole year.  Domestic violence rises significantly during the festive period.  Not a year goes by when we don’t see a seasonal spike in incidents reported to the police.
 
As you’d imagine, the combination of financial pressure, free flowing alcohol and being cooped up in closed quarters exerts additional burden on relationships.  In an abusive relationship, this pressure is manifold.
 
If you are a victim of domestic abuse or know someone that is, there is help and support out there.

Please get in touch using the following contact numbers
 
Police – emergency 999 / non-emergency 101
Womens Aid – 01472 575757 support@womensaidnel.org or
‘Womens Aid Grimsby’ on Facebook
Domestic Abuse helpline (Male Victims) 01472 588888
Victim Support – 0300 3031976
Blue Door Support Services – 0800 1974787
NELC - 01472 313131
Families First Access Point – 01472 326292
Citizens Advice Bureau – 03444 111444
NSPCC Childline 0800 1111
Samaritans – 01472 353111
Navigo Mental Health Crisis Team 01472 256256




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Simon Roberts (Police, PCSO, Grimsby East - Sidney Sussex)

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