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Merseyside Police is working with partners across Merseyside to
tackle domestic abuse. Domestic abuse isn't just physical; it can
be psychological, sexual, emotional or even financial.
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It's a crime that cuts across all social, cultural and religious
boundaries and has devastating consequences for victims, their
families and the wider community.
If you, or someone you know, is suffering from domestic abuse,
there's always a lifeline to call.
If you're worried about taking the next step of reporting
domestic abuse, but you need help, advice or even just someone to
talk to, there are a number of support agencies that can help
Click on the Get
Help section for contact numbers and email addresses.
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