Domestic abuse support website launched in Kent

PUBLISHED: 12:26 05 December 2012

A ground-breaking new website that offers support to victims of domestic abuse in Kent was launched last Wednesday at County Hall. was created by the Kent and Medway Domestic Abuse Strategy Group includes a ‘cover your tracks’ feature which clears evidence of the website from a computer’s internet history.

There is a section for victims, friends and family, young people and as well as potential perpetrators.

Each section provides details of one stop shops and support groups in their town and includes advice on how to make an escape plan and how to recognise abusive behaviour.


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