Domestic Abuse

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For easy-read information about Domestic Abuse please click here. For easy-read information about Coercive and Controlling Behaviour please click here.

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To sign up for multi agency training developed by the CPC (in conjunction with their Domestic Abuse Guidance), which is aimed at raising awareness of domestic abuse and child protection among front line workers working with children and young people, please click here.