How we can help you

The NCDV team hope to be your partner in the domestic violence field. We believe our specialised injunction service can benefit other service providers as much as the people we help and, to that end, look forward to forming close working relationships with our partners in the field.

We respect and seek the knowledge and advice of other agencies working in the domestic violence field. Please do not hesitate to contact us if there is anything we can do to enhance our working relationship with you or the service we offer more generally.

How the NCDV service can help you

» Use our free emergency injunction service for helping clients obtain protection

It really couldn’t be more straight-forward to make a referral to NCDV. We will keep you updated throughout the injunction process and explain all steps being taken. Our caring, hard working operational team will be happy to answer any questions or chase matters up on your behalf.


» Access our free injunction information to better advise clients

NCDV has provided a simple and accessible introduction to the relevant domestic violence legislation in the Are you suffering DV section of this website. We hope both clients and service providers alike will access this information to quickly grasp the basics. The quick guide to emergency injunctions has proven particularly useful for those with little time to spare.


» Free literature for helping advertise and explain our service to clients and colleagues

Its quick and easy to order brochures, cards and posters from NCDV.


» Presentations and Consultation on Domestic Violence

The NCDV CEO, Steve Connor OBE, is a qualified barrister, Fellow of City University and CAADA Trainer. He is an accomplished public speaker and practitioner.


» NCDV Training

NCDV provide free training to police and agencies in regards to NCDV services. In the training we discuss who NCDV are, what NCDV can do to help and how to access NCDV.  The training also advises how NCDV obtain emergency injunctions, and how your resources themselves can refer victims (with consent) to NCDV and then if required receive email updates on the status of the injunction application. We also discuss how funding is considered when reviewing the option of Legal Aid. Contact training today.