Ask Me About Domestic Abuse online meeting

Ask Me About Domestic Abuse

29 November 2022 and 6 December 2022, MSTeams Webinar

One in three women will experience domestic abuse at some point in their adult lives and as many as one in six men. The Guildford and Waverley Community Safety Partnerships & South-West Surrey Domestic Abuse Service have set up online webinars which are open to all.

The webinars aim to raise awareness of domestic abuse and local support services. During the webinars you will hear from:

  • South-West Surrey Domestic Abuse Service
  • Surrey Police

They will tell you:

  • why we need to break the silence on domestic abuse
  • how to be confident and recognise indicators of domestic abuse
  • how to recognise coercive control
  • know how to support a friend, family member or work colleague that may be experiencing domestic abuse
  • how to consider becoming a local Domestic Abuse Champion

The Webinars aim to raise awareness of domestic abuse and local support services available across South-West Surrey and provide participants with the knowledge to:

  • Understand why we need to break the silence on domestic abuse
  • Be confident to recognise indicators of domestic abuse and in particular coercive control
  • Know how to support a friend, family member or work colleague that may be experiencing domestic abuse
  • Consider becoming an local Domestic Abuse Champion

The webinars will take place at 1.00pm on 29 November 2022 and 7.00pm on 6 December 2022, and will last approximately one hour. You will hear from South West Surrey Domestic Abuse Service and Surrey Police Click here for information on how to book.

 “We know that communities are often the first to know about abuse, and that they can act as gate openers or gate closers in terms of help seeking.” (Finding the Costs of Freedom report, 2014)

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