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Two arrests in Nottingham city area for domestic violence incidents after Euro 2020 final defeat

There were two arrests in connection with domestic incidents in the city, say police.

Assistant Chief Constable Steve Cooper, of Nottinghamshire Police, said:

“I want to remind victims that they are not alone.

“We would urge anyone who is affected by domestic abuse or domestic violence to get in touch with the police or a support service.

“Using violence to take out anger and frustration as a result of a football match is abhorrent and shameful.

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“For many people, calling the police is a massive step and we understand this, however, if you are a victim of domestic abuse or know someone who is, there is help and support out there.

“When you need us or feel ready to report it to the police, we will be here for you.”

 

 

The following organisations offer support to victims and survivors of domestic abuse within Nottinghamshire.

To report domestic abuse to Nottinghamshire Police, please call the 101 non-emergency number or, in an emergency, always call 999.

For more information about Domestic Abuse please read our supporting survivors of domestic abuse page.

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Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid provides an extensive range of services for women, young people and children.

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Newark Women’s Aid provides safe accommodation, with associated support services, for women with or without children, who are living with or have experienced any form of physical, sexual, emotional, psychological or economic abuse. Tel: 01636 679687

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The UK’s only registered charity arranging Non-Molestation Orders, Prohibited Steps Orders & Occupation Orders

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Men’s Advice Line is a confidential helpline for male victims of domestic violence and abuse.

It offers emotional support, practical advice and information on a wide range of services for further help and support.

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Juno’s 24-hour domestic and sexual violence helpline offers support to women, teenage girls and children who have been affected by domestic or sexual abuse.

Tel: 0808 800 0340

Email: enquiries@junowomensaid.org.uk

Deaf and hearing-impaired women can access the Helpline by:

Text Relay/NGT: 18001 0808 800 0340 24 hours a day

Email: helpline@junowomensaid.org.uk daily, 9am – 9pm

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Equation provide a free helpline for men which is available Monday to Friday between 9.30am and 4.30pm.

A 24/7 confidential answerphone service is also available.

Call: 0115 960 5556

Email: helpline@equation.org.uk

Equation also runs the Respect not fear website for younger people which offers help, advice and links to support.

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Make a stand against violence. ‘Like’ our Alliance Against Violence Facebook page

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NIDAS is a registered charity, formerly known as Mansfield and Ashfield Women’s Aid.

Its aim is to help people experiencing domestic abuse.

They work hard with other agencies to raise awareness of domestic abus

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Karma Nirvana is a registered charity that supports victims and survivors of forced marriage and honour-based abuse.

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A free to download app providing support and information to those affected by Domestic Abuse, available in 5 languages, has a unique directory of support services and links of further resources including a journal which you can record incidents.

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Safeguarding people- a simple shake or tap activates Hollie guard, immediately notifying your chosen contacts, pinpointing your location and sending audio and video evidence directly to their mobile phones.

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