The National Centre for Domestic Violence provides a free, fast emergency injunction service to survivors of domestic violence regardless of their financial circumstances, race, gender or sexual orientation.
Our award-winning service allows anyone who has recently suffered or been threatened with domestic violence to apply for an emergency court injunction.
This can sometimes be issued within 24 hours of making contact with us. We work in close partnership with the police, solicitors and other support agencies (Refuge, Women’s Aid etc) to help victims obtain speedy protection.
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“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
What an amazing service for victims for Domestic Violence! Speedy effcient and extremely helpful. Thank you!
Apr 08, 2016
Essex Police, PC Smith
Keep up the brilliant work, very easy to use service, regular updates and all completed very quickly.
Apr 01, 2016
Kent Police, Pc Rob Kipling
This service is invaluable. It has changed the lives of DV victims for the better. Keep up the amazing work
Mar 22, 2016
West Mercia Police, Mr Gene EDWARDS
First class service for our victims of crime. Keep up the good work.
Mar 14, 2016
Staffordshire Police, PC4260 Mark Trafford
Keep up the good work at the NCDV…. the service you provide is brilliant
Mar 14, 2016
Northumbria Police, Ian Lawson
I have found the service timely, informative and highly professional. I followed up each referral with visits to the victim and they too can’t fault the service. I only wish I had been aware of NCDV before now. Regards, Ian