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.

2009 Charity Black Tie Ball

On the 9th December 2009 the NCDV Black Tie Ball was held at the Hilton Hotel in Cobham. The night was attended by profiles such as John Humphrys from Mastermind, Charlie Brooks from EastEnders, Lady Coulsen, Chief Constables, law firms such as Lovells along with staff and volunteers. The Centre held the Ball in order to try and maintain its…read more →

Just as Beautiful

The magazine, Just as Beautiful, has focused on Domestic Violence in their October/November issue. The base of the article comes from the Arts Event which was held on 1. October 2009 in London.

TV appearance

Charlie Brooks was a guest on Loose Women on Thursday 14. October to help raise awareness for Domestic Violence and the help the National Centre for Domestic Violence can offer.

NCDV Art Event

On the 1. October the arts event was held with great success, with profiles such as Eastenders’ Nick Bailey present. The 10 paintings created by Adelaide Domoah were well received by the audience and the NCDV is very grateful for her contribution to raise awareness of Domestic Violence. During the evening Adelaide read out a poem made by herself to…read more →

Charlie Brooks joins NCDV

Charlie spent some time at NCDV’s head office in Guildford, Surrey last week, to get a feel for what we do.  For more information, click here

Sunday Times

NCDV were asked to comment on the Sunday Times story regarding announcements over new proposals   Read the whole story here…