The Buckinghamshire Community Partnership
In Buckinghamshire, thousands of people are affected by domestic abuse every year. The Buckinghamshire Community Safety Partnership is dedicated to helping victims and preventing abuse and will continue in their task to make the county and its residents as safe as possible.
Thames Valley Police
Thames Valley Police remind the public that the force will never tolerate domestic abuse. We are available 24/7 to provide help and support, read more
If you can only read this page, please remember:
- In an emergency, always call 999.
- If you can’t speak, call 999 and press 55; please stay on the line, listen to the call handler and answer questions, either by pushing buttons or coughing; the call handler will do everything they can to determine your location so they can deploy officers to you; if you can say one thing, please say your address;
- If it’s a non-emergency, you can call 101 or make a report online on TVP website
- If you don’t want to speak to the police, the National Domestic Abuse Helpline is free and open 24 hours a day on 0808 2000 247.
- Even under the coronavirus lockdown, you can still leave your home to seek refuge.
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Thames Valley Police are committed to reducing Domestic Violence across all of Bucks, and they have recognised that for a variety of reasons abuse within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* community is under-reported.
If you or somebody you know is affected by Domestic Violence, you can always request to talk to a LAGLO (Lesbian and Gay Liason Officer) who has expertise in working with the LGBTQ community in this area. Call 101 and request a LAGLO
Victims First, which supports victims of crime and abuse across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, has launched a video to raise awareness of coercive control and emotional abuse in relationships.
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