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  • Liverpool Forced Marriage Protocol

    The protocol has been developed to assist professionals and community groups working in Liverpool to appropriately respond to victims of forced marriage, act on the assessment of risk and provide support as appropriate. Forced marriage is a marriage conducted without the valid consent of one…
  • PSS – Women’s Turnaround Project

    Women only Project offering advice and support to adult female offenders. The Liverpool Womens Turnaround Project is a safe female only service offering a drop in, individual and group work support and counselling to adult female offenders. The project works closely with a number of…
  • Victim Care

    This website is funded by Merseyside's Police and Crime Commissioner, Jane Kennedy, to provide a comprehensive and dedicated support website for victims of crime on Merseyside. It is supported by Merseyside Police and a host of community safety and criminal justice organisations and charities, all…
  • The ManKind Initiative

    The ManKind Initiative is a national charity (registered in 2001)  providing help and information to male victims of domestic abuse and their families.  Our helpline is manned by trained people who give information and support on all aspects of domestic abuse including reporting incidents, police…
  • CELLS Family Drop In and Support

    CELLS is a reputable local organisation that for over 10 years has helped children and young people understand the consequences of their behaviour, in particular ASB and crime.  We share our negative pasts experiences to provide an informed choice on decisions that impact on them…
  • NICCO

    In England and Wales the National Information Centre on Children of Offenders (NICCO) provides an information and support service for all professionals who come into contact with the children and families of offenders, as well as providing information for academics and those responsible for strategic development and…
  • Anti-bullying and anti-homophobic bullying strategies

    Following consultation with children, young people, parents and carers the Liverpool Children’s Services anti-bullying strategy has been refreshed in line with current guidance from the Department for Education. Liverpool City Council is committed to providing safe environments for children and young people where they develop…
  • Action on Elder Abuse (AEA)

    AEA works to protect, and prevent the abuse of vulnerable older adults. The five common types of abuse are: physical, psychological, financial, sexual abuse and neglect. Often these abuses are also crimes.  See the link below for more information about the nature of elder abuse.…
  • Liverpool Families Programme

    One of Liverpool City Council’s aims is to empower people to enjoy the best possible quality of life and reach their full potential by: Reducing inequalities by improving life chances and protecting and promoting good health. Giving children the best possible start in life. Raising…
  • NSPCC TALK PANTS - THE UNDERWEAR RULE

    Teach your child the Underwear Rule and help protect them from abuse. It's a simple way that parents can help keep children safe from sexual abuse – without using scary words or even mentioning sex. PANTS is a really easy way for you to explain…