National Centre for Domestic Violence in ENGLAND Jan 1, 2014 5:28:51 GMT
Post by HH Lindsey on Jan 1, 2014 5:28:51 GMT
If you are thinking about leaving an abusive relationship:
NCDV Can Help
Since it was set up in 2002, the NCDV (National Centre for Domestic Violence) has been helping victims obtain emergency injunctions - such as an occupation order or a non-molestation order - regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or financial situation. We aim to provide instant, effective protection against domestic violence and give advice to anyone who seeks it.
- A One Stop Shop
- Immediate advice
- A 24-hour telephone helpline
- Specialists in Non-Molestation, Occupation and Prohibitive Steps Orders
- Direct links to other support agencies
- Police & agency training
- We have obtained more than 10,000 injunctions
- "McKenzie Friend" training schemes in universities across the country, allowing law students to attend court with victims of domestic violence who cannot access public funding
We offer our services completely free. We never have and never will charge for our services.
NCDV is an independent, self-funding organisation that works with police forces, Refuge, Women's Aid, Victim Support and Citizens' Advice Bureaux across England.
We provide a free, fast service to those who have experienced domestic violence. We specialise in offering legal support, making it possible to seek legal advice as well as court assistance. In practice, this usually means helping individuals to apply for an injunction at their local county court. To do this we use firms of local solicitors and trained volunteers who act as "McKenzie Friends". This means we can offer an emergency service to victims of domestic violence whatever their financial circumstances, including those who do not qualify for legal aid.
If you need any further information about NCDV, or to learn more about applying for a Non-Molestation Order or other forms of injunction,
contact us on 0844 8044 999,
or visit our website www.ncdv.org.uk