Protecting People from Domestic Abuse During Lockdown

Government’s advice on self or household-isolation will have a direct impact on victims of domestic abuse. Home is not likely to be a safe place for survivors of domestic abuse and their children. Social distancing and self-isolation could be used as a tool of coercive and controlling behaviour by perpetrators, and will shut down routes to safety and support.

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Partnership has published a poster to help people at risk get the support they need. Please share the image below on your social media channels to ensure it reaches as many people as possible. You can also download it in JPG and PDF formats.