Off licences and supermarkets across Croydon are to display posters publicising where domestic abuse victims can seek help, as part of a new awareness campaign launching on Monday.
More lives may be saved as Croydon makes domestic abuse training mandatory for its social workers.
A borough-wide promotion to tell domestic abuse victims where they can seek help against domestic abuse begins on Monday, to coincide with International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
For most people summer is a time to relax and have some fun, but it can be a difficult period for victims of domestic abuse.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month and Croydon is marking this by celebrating the staff who support colleagues experiencing this crime.
Croydon’s FJC is ensuring help is at hand for anyone who may experience domestic abuse during the World Cup.
Croydon’s Family Justice Centre (FJC) is keen to hear from people who would like to help individuals and families who are experiencing domestic abuse. The FJC’s Volunteer Project, which started in January, has already trained 14 volunteers, with 12 due to be trained, and 10 further applications being processe
The European Championship kicks off on Friday 10 June, and, while most people will be enjoying a month of football, others will become victims of domestic abuse.