"Get comfortable talking about it"

Leeds City Council and West Yorkshire Police are both launching campaigns on Domestic Violence to coincide with the 16 days of action.

West Yorkshire Police will be launching a new domestic abuse campaign on Wednesday 25th November, to tie in with the 16 days of action.   The aim of the campaign is to highlight to both victims and offenders, the impact that domestic abuse can have on any children that are part of the family, and to encourage both to seek help.   The campaign will involve a series of short videos of experts from Social Care, Huddersfield University, NSPCC and Women’s Health Matters, discussing the effects that domestic abuse can have on children. There will also be a video of a former victim, talking about her experience of suffering domestic abuse. These videos will be released throughout the 16 days of the campaign on the West Yorkshire Police website – www.westyorkshire.police.uk/domesticabuse

The campaign will also involve posters, advice cards for both victims and perpetrators, radio advertising, This is Football website advertising, a web chat on the 9th December and regular social media messages.  

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