Domestic abuse isn't love
The aims of our campaign were:
- To raise awareness of five different types of domestic abuse (psychological, emotional, financial, sexual and physical)
- To raise awareness of the 'Right to Ask' (Clare's Law/Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme)
- To raise awareness of the services GDASS (Gloucestershire Domestic Abuse Support Service) offer and increase the confidence of victims to report domestic abuse.
The campaign ran between June and July 2018 across print, radio and digital.
For further advice and information or to report domestic abuse, please visit our domestic abuse advice and information page.
You can also request information under Clare's Law. This scheme gives any member of the public the right to ask the police if their partner may pose a risk to them. It is often called ‘Clare’s Law’ after the landmark case that led to it.
The scheme also allows a member of the public to make an enquiry into the partner of a close friend or family member.
To make a request under Clare's Law, please use the request information under Clare's Law online form.