Cambs Police To Hold Live Domestic Abuse Q&A

Cambridgeshire Constabulary, together with partner agencies, is set to host a live domestic abuse question and answer session on Facebook.

At 4.45pm on Friday (24 July), safeguarding experts will work together to answer domestic abuse related questions from members of the public on the force’s Facebook page.

The panel will include a representative from police, Cambridgeshire County Council’s Adult Social Care, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Partnership.

The public will have the opportunity to post their questions on the Facebook wall and receive live time answers and advice from the panel. Additionally, people will also have the option of sending a private message if they wish to remain anonymous.

Detective Sergeant Mark Little said: “We would encourage any one to tune into our Facebook page at 4.45pm on Friday. Whether you’re a victim or concerned family, friend or neighbour. We will be on hand to offer specialist advice and we hope we can help as many of you as possible."

Top tips and advice will also be posted throughout the hour-long session and all members of the public are encouraged to get involved to have their questions answered.

For more information and support around domestic abuse, visit the website:

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