Equality, Diversity and Human Rights

  NCDV have published their policy on Equality, Diversity and Human Rights and have become a member of the Equality Register.   Mark Groves, Head of Operations said ” We have always been very proud that our service takes no account of ethnicity, religion, sexuality or gender, everyone is always treated the same, our documented policy now cements our attitude”…read more →

Drag Him Away

The National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV) has launched an interactive billboard campaign at Euston Station to raise awareness about how people can intervene to help put a stop to domestic violence. The campaign, which launched 30 April 2012, runs on JCDecaux’s large format e-motion screens and encourages passers by to get involved in the advert by controlling the scene…read more →

JWT Hand Poster

The advertising company JWT has helped NCDV with a new advertising campaign which will hopefully increase the awareness of the Centre and the help offered to victims of domestic violence. The poster has won the prestegious Bronze Lion in the design category and was shortlisted in the Outdoor category at the Cannes Lions Festival. It will be displayed at the…read more →

Media Group to help NCDV

The media company BingBong Media Group has agreed to help NCDV spread awareness of Domestic Violence and the work done by the charity. BBMG will be aiding us by handling all media inquiries and creating opportunities for increased publicity in the media. They have agreed to work pro-bono in order to help the charity even further and we are very thankful.  …read more →

Greater Manchester

NCDV launched its services with Greater Manchester Police on the 11th June 2010 and has now been working with police and solicitors to help all victims of Domestic Violence in Greater Manchester. The launch was attended by Assistant Chief Constable Terry Sweeney, GMP’s lead officer on domestic abuse. “”There are a number of services already available in Greater Manchester to…read more →

Male Domestic Violence Awareness Week

The first week in March was the Male Domestic Violence Awareness week which brought focus on all the men in the UK who are abused and not helped. The Centre tried to reach out to as many individuals as possible through radio, tv and magazines focusing on all the neglected men in the UK. 1 man dies every 3 weeks…read more →

West Mercia Launch

On Wednesday 8. June, NCDV launched in West Mercia. The launch was attended by local police, solicitors and domestic violence agencies, who were all introduced to our services for domestic violence survivors. The launch was a great success with over 80 domestic violence agencies attending in the afternoon. We are now fully operational in West Mercia and cover: Worcestershire Herefordshire…read more →

CAADV partnership

NCDV would like to direct attention to the the Corporate Alliance Against Domestic Violence (CAADV) and the important work they do to raise awareness of Domestic Violence within the work place. CAADV is a non profit organisation dedicated to reducing the costs and consequences of domestic violence. They are a progressive collaborative enterprise offering policies and tool kits, programmes and…read more →

Assist Website Launched

NCDV launched the Assist website at the House of Commons on the 14th October 2010. The assist website is the newest initiative to support police in the enforcement of Domestic Violence by allowing access to court documents at any time. The launch was a success with guest speakers Baroness Scotland and Minister Jonathan Djanogly. The launch was attended by high…read more →

New referral system

This website will make it much easier for third party referrals to take place. Simply go to the referdirect website and fill in the form and the applicant will be contacted as soon as possible.