Welcome to National Centre for Domestic Violence

The National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV) provides a free, fast emergency injunction service to survivors of domestic violence regardless of their financial circumstances, race, gender or sexual orientation.

Our service allows anyone to apply for an injunction within 24 hours of first contact (in most circumstances). We work in close partnership with the police, local firms of solicitors and other support agencies (Refuge, Women’s Aid etc) to help survivors obtain speedy protection.

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Police and CPS access to the assist database

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Click logo to make a quick and easy referral

 

This is the single most impactive step forward in the protection of victims of domestic violence and their families. The speed at which orders can be secured, orders which are fair, necessary and proportionate, is unrivalled. These orders are the difference between a victim believing the police can help them, and knowing that not only can the police provide immediate response, NCDV will provide a professional, fair, and qualified service to protect our most vulnerable members of society. Thank you!”

Sussex Police

Download the NCDV Referral App here


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 218 reviews

by support worker on NCDV
Organisation: Women's Aid

simple to refer, excellent service, highly recommend, very fast and efficient,will certainly be using again

by Andrew Waller on NCDV
Organisation: Met Police

Very efficient and effective service.

by Amanda Walker on NCDV
Organisation: Enhanced New Beginnings DA Project

Works so quickly for our family, referral one day court the next, and dealt with other issues at the same time as the non mol.Thank you.

by Eleonora Serafini on NCDV
Organisation: Victim Support

Easily accessible, quick and professional service. Thank you

by ROBERTA RIVERS on NCDV
Organisation: TVP

I have referred countless victims / survivors of domestic abuse into the NCDV, and remain impressed with their timely and professional support. Whatever did we do before there was NCDV???

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