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West Midlands Police - Domestic Abuse Officers

West Midlands Police have domestic abuse officers who can help you with domestic violence and abuse. They believe that domestic violence and abuse is a serious crime.

 

The priorities of the police service in responding to domestic violence and abuse are:

 

  • To protect the lives of both adults and children who are at risk as a result of domestic violence and abuse
  • To investigate all reports of domestic violence and abuse
  • To facilitate effective action against offenders so that they can be held accountable through the criminal justice system whilst ensuring that the victim and their children are safeguarded
  • To adopt a proactive multi-agency approach in preventing and reducing domestic violence

Live Chat available: Our live chat facility is currently available every day between 9am and midnight or telephone 101.

Who to contact

Telephone
101 (Non-emergency calls) / 18001 followed by 101 for accessibility text phone
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