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Police and domestic abuse charities say they're expecting a stark rise in the number of cases of domestic violence during the coronavirus lockdown.
Incidents across the world have already risen by up to 60%, exacerbated by families living within close proximity along with concerns about money, work and children staying away from school.
Constabularies in Norfolk and Suffolk have been re-assuring victims and survivors of domestic abuse that they are not alone during this challenging time as the country tackles coronavirus:
Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner also reassured victims of domestic abuse that vital support services will continue to be available throughout the Coronavirus emergency.
"Regardless of the situation we are in, I want to reassure victims that the services I commission continue to work tirelessly to support you. Help is still available - online or on the phone - so I continue to encourage victims to seek help."
"Supporting victims and protecting the vulnerable is absolutely key in my role as Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner and I will play my part by continuing to support services to provide urgent aid to those that need it. I will also make sure that Suffolk Constabulary has the resources it needs to tackle this crime and protect those at risk."
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