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Christmas can be a difficult time for many people, and especially those in an abusive relationship.
It can be hard to know where to turn and how to get help so as part of our domestic abuse awareness campaign we’re holding another Facebook Live chat on Thursday 21 December.
Joining us for the session will be a representative from the specialist charity The Elm Foundation.
The Derbyshire-based charity has decades of experience in providing services to adults and children affected by domestic abuse.
During the Facebook Live chat we’ll take a look at some of the services that the Elm Foundation offers, as well as helping to signpost how you can access their support.
An officer from our domestic abuse unit will also be taking part in the chat and offering advice and support from the police.
There will also be the opportunity for you to submit questions if there’s anything you want to know about domestic abuse and the many forms it can take.
Questions can be submitted anonymously during the session, or if you wish, you can comment on Facebook while the session is live. We’ll try and answer as many of them as we can.
The Facebook Live chat will start at 1pm on Thursday 21 December on our Facebook page which can be found at www.facebook.com/derbyshireconstabulary.
To submit a question anonymously, please use the link here https://app.sli.do/event/qUUfNSYj8qedhAvrwaGqY7 or alternatively scan the QR code. Questions will be open from 12noon on Thursday until the session ends.
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