If you are a victim of domestic abuse, there is help and support available to you. Domestic abuse is a crime. You do not have to put up with it.
If you think a family member or friend is experiencing domestic abuse, there are also things you can do to help. To find out what to do if someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse, please view 'If someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse' leaflet (PDF 317 Kb - opens new window).
Domestic abuse in Thames Valley is tackled by a partnership-working approach. This sees the police, courts, Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), prison service, probation, local authorities and other statutory and voluntary organisations work together to combat domestic abuse.
In this section, you can find out:
- Who you can contact to get help – local and national contacts.
- Advice for victims of domestic abuse.
- About domestic abuse.
Our service to victims of domestic abuse:
The above leaflet aims to explain the action that Thames Valley Police will take when called to incidents involving domestic abuse.