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    If domestic abuse is affecting you, or you think it may be affecting someone in your community, we can help. We will deal with all reports sensitively and safely and can offer support and referrals to specialist organisations. 

    You can find our more about our response to domestic abuse in our policy and procedure. 

    Domestic abuse policy                 Domestic abuse procedure

    If you have concerns, find out how you can let us know if the 'how we can help' section below. You can also use the form at the end of this page. You can submit the form without leaving your name and address and we will still investigate your concern, though we will not be able to keep you updated on any outcomes. 

    • How we can help

      If you are experiencing domestic abuse, or are concerned that another West Kent tenant may be, we are here to help and support. 

      If you are concerned about your own or someone else's safety, or you see or hear disturbances with neighbours that worry you, call us on 01732 749400 Monday to Friday between 8.45am and 4pm. You will be asked to press '3' to report your concerns and will quickly be connected to a member of staff. 

      You can also use the form below to report concerns. You can report anonymously if you choose to and our tenancy team will still respond to and investigate the concern. 

    • Support services

      If you are in immediate danger, call 999. For non-emergencies call 101 and you can speak to a police officer in confidence. 

      There are also a number of specialist agencies who you can contact for help:

      DAVSS offer a free and confidential helpline on 01892 570538 which is available from 10.00am to 1.00pm Monday-Friday

      Kent and Medway Domestic Abuse Support Services offers advice and information on services for victims, friends & family, and perpetrators of Domestic Abuse and can link you with local services. 

      Call the National Domestic Abuse Helpline for free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0808 2000 247

      Respect work with perpetrators of domestic abuse to help them change their behaviour. Call free on 0808 8024040 Monday-Friday 9am-8pm

    • Definition of domestic abuse

      This definition is from the Domestic Abuse Act 2021

      Behaviour of a person (“A”) towards another person (“B”) is “domestic abuse” if:

      • A and B are each aged 16 or over and are personally connected to each other, and the behaviour is abusive.
      • Behaviour is “abusive” if it consists of any of the following:
      • physical or sexual abuse;
      • violent or threatening behaviour;
      • controlling or coercive behaviour;
      • economic abuse (see below)
      • psychological, emotional or other abuse

      It doesn't matter whether the behaviour consists of a single incident or a course of conduct.

      • “Economic abuse” means any behaviour that has a substantial adverse effect on B’s ability to acquire, use or maintain money or other property, or
      • obtain goods or services.

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