Tag Archives: Domestic Abuse

A great message from one member of Sussex Police


Every day and indeed every 24 hours of each day hundreds of workers for Sussex Police are working incredibly hard to protect the lives of individuals and communities across the whole of Sussex. Of course like every other human managed … Continue reading

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Charities urgently need the Government to respond


On Monday there was a debate in the House of Commons on the subject of COVID-19: Domestic Abuse and one of the MPs that took part is Alex Norris who is the Shadow Minister for Health and Social Care and … Continue reading

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Can faith communities be part of the Domestic Abuse solution?


Many of the discussions that take place in the House of Lords include a Bishop from time to time. On Wednesday there was a particularly important but brief subject being raised. The title was “Domestic Abuse – Question” and on this … Continue reading

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What we need to do to improve society


Yesterday I wrote a blog about how protecting children and their parents from Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence will require a major shift in the way in which statutory agencies such as the Police and Local Government departments engage with … Continue reading

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Critical path in stopping Domestic Abuse


On Tuesday a report into Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence was jointly published by a number of national inspection agencies entitled “The multi-agency response to children living with domestic abuse”. The report raises a number of vital issues yet appears to have … Continue reading

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