16 days of action against domestic abuse

This week marks the start of the Safer Lincolnshire Partnership 16 days of action against domestic abuse.
Lincolnshire Police are backing the 16 days of action against domestic abuse campaign.Lincolnshire Police are backing the 16 days of action against domestic abuse campaign.
Lincolnshire Police are backing the 16 days of action against domestic abuse campaign.

Lincolnshire Police are supporting this campaign which will be coordinated by the Safer Lincolnshire Partnership Domestic Abuse Core Priority Group. The campaign has been produced in conjunction with the national "16 day" campaigns which also launch this week.

The campaign, which runs until December 10, will highlight key messages and local and national data in relation to domestic abuse and outlines where people can access support and advice within Lincolnshire.

Its aims are: The campaign runs until December 10.

1 To raise the awareness of Domestic Abuse and some of the key messages both nationally and locally

2 Increase the understanding of who can be effected by Domestic Abuse

3 Direct people to the specialist domestic abuse support services available within Lincolnshire.

If you feel you need help or support for yourself or a family member or loved one who may be suffering domestic abuse contact EDAN Lincs (End Domestic Abuse Now) on 01522 510041.

You can call us on 101 for help. In an emergency call 999.