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WMWomensAid RT @WestMerciaPCC: You may feel that reaching out for support if you are experiencing domestic abuse is more difficult because of #COVID19,…
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WMWomensAid Please Retweet - The Rural Media Company have created this video for West Mercia Women’s Aid and we want everyone t… https://t.co/QK1PCBWxKF
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WMWomensAid RT @WestMerciaPCC: Support services are still working tirelessly to ensure victims of crime have access to the support they need. During #C
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WMWomensAid RT @DetInspTaylor: A day of safety planning for victims of #DomesticViolence with @WorcsChildren @WorcsAcuteNHS @WMWomensAid & @DriveProj
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WMWomensAid RT @WestMerciaPCC: Today is the second reading for the #DomesticAbuseBill in @UKParliament today. @WMerciaPolice @WMWomensAid https://t.co/
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West Mercia Women's Aid has welcomed the announcement that the legal definitions of domestic abuse will be broadened to include non-violent abuse, and will also apply to young people under the age of 18. The new guidelines come into effect in March 2013, and it is hoped that they will help raise awareness of domestic abuse, and also help ensure that more prosecutions are brought forward as a result.