A sixteen day campaign was launched on Wednesday 26th of November 2015 in Lincolnshire, coinciding with White Ribbon Day, which is national campaign that promotes men working to end violence against women. Boston Standard informs that Lincolnshire Police and its partner will be focusing on wider aspects of domestic violence which will include its effect on children and teenagers as well as stalking and harassment, honour based violence , forced marriage, female genital mutilation, as well as LGBT and male victims of abuse.

The Lincolnshire Police Domestic Abuse coordinator Sarah Norburn said “We recognise that domestic abuse occurs every day of the year, however, over these sixteen days of action we will highlight domestic abuse against all members of the community and encourage victims to come forward and seek help. The Campaign highlights that domestic violence is not just physical assault, there is often a significant amount of psychological and emotional abuse and together we can stop it.”

At Ringrose Law we have a specialist team that can assist victims of domestic violence in taking protective measures for themselves and for their children, including through Court Proceedings and with the assistant of Legal Aid.

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