Your Family’s Safety

Many people feel vulnerable and may be concerned about the safety of themselves and their children. This is not just physical safety but mental, emotional safety, financial security or coercive control.

If you or your family are in immediate danger don’t be afraid to call the police on 999. Otherwise please contact Kent Police on the non-emergency telephone number 101 or visit your local police station to speak with an officer in confidence.

Domestic abuse is a pattern of behaviour on the part of the abuser designed to control their partner. It can happen at any point in a relationship, including after you have separated.

Domestic Abuse is a crime.

CLICK HERE to see support organisations and charities that may be able to help and support you:

Support for Female Victims of Domestic Abuse:

You can contact the freephone 24 hours National Domestic Violence Helpline run in partnership between Women’s Aid and Refuge.

Support for Male Victims of Domestic Abuse:

Men’s Advice Line is a team of friendly Advisors who will listen and believe you. Their team are available to offer you non-judgmental support, practical advice and information.

Their focus is to increase the safety of men experiencing domestic abuse (and the safety of any children) by providing confidential support.