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We are committed to supporting domestic abuse
victims – together with our partner agencies, we can and we
will help you.
Our message is simple - no-one need suffer in silence.
Anyone can be a victim of domestic abuse, but nobody needs to suffer in silence, we are here to help.
Domestic abuse can include physical, psychological, emotional, sexual and financial abuse. If this is happening to you, it is important to remember that it is not your fault, and we can and will help you.
Our police officers are highly trained to deal with domestic abuse. They will listen and treat victims with sensitivity and respect.
Suffolk Police works proactively with partner agencies to tackle domestic abuse.
If you are a victim, your safety is paramount. Having a safety plan is one way you can help reduce the risk to you and any children you may have.
In addition to the police, there are a number of support agencies which can help individuals affected by domestic abuse.
Are you concerned your partner has an abusive past? The introduction of Clare's Law means you can request background information about your partner from us.
Suffolk Police is committed to supporting and protecting victims of domestic abuse and from June 2014 it implemented the use Domestic Violence Protection Notices and Orders.
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) carried out an inspection of Suffolk Constabulary’s response to domestic abuse. This was part of a wider inspection across all police Forces in England and wales.
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