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Coercive Control 14h
Thanks for the plug Brooke 👍 Would be great to see you all ( not you Brooke) at this event. Brilliant speakers and a great venue.
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R2InRegretting Feb 20
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Lily Greenan Feb 1
It has been a long road. So much back room work for so many years. But a great day for Scotland. We finally have a domestic abuse law that really address the nature of domestic abuse. Thanks all. Thanks
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Coercive Control 6h
Replying to @Kerry_lufc @AbuseChat
Hi Kerry, I’m going to be a bit controversial here but bear with me. I don’t believe the courts ignore abuse or allow it. I believe they don’t understand it, especially . In the same way that police/Cafcass etc *allow* abusers to abuse. The thing is, they are >
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Dr Jay Watts Feb 2
First ever UK conviction for based on second-testimony (so the woman in question didn’t need to testify) AND news Scotland is to pass a groundbreaking new domestic abuse law, both today. Excellent.
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Anne-Marie Ormsby 5h
Nice to see addressing and in its storyline. worth a look...
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Jennifer Gilmour Feb 20
Did you know-I host via every Wednesday evening 8-9pm GMT. We discuss a different topic on domestic abuse each week.
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John Trott Feb 10
Great news! An investigation around should be centred around the perpetrator. A statement of evidence from the victim would be 'the icing on the cake' Man becomes the first person convicted of coercion hearsay evidence via
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Faarea 5h
Terrible handling by the Department of Work and Pensions of a domestic abuse victim. Implementation of Coercive Control laws is a shambles. Universal Credit often goes in to joint bank accounts - but what about when one partner is abusive?
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jackie_safecps Feb 2
In some cases yes but in others which appear complex a pattern emerges +then can see it is harassment but if police cannot act then it’s the civil remedy which also can have the necessary result harassment is not like it’s not hidden it’s out there forall to see
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Andrea Ley Feb 13
I am still looking for victims of domestic abuse to complete my online survey. If as a man you have been affected by domestic abuse please could you complete this survey Please retweet
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Carol A. Lambert Feb 3
"This is critical book to read ... "
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ICSA 14h
From the archives: Panel: Recovering Your Sexual Self After the Cult - Part 2
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John Trott Feb 16
3 days of delivering training to police officers and staff in completed. Great to work with today ensuring that staff are receiving such vital and input.
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Dr Nicola SharpJeffs Feb 17
Sally Challen’s legal team will argue she was a victim of - not only does this include psychological abuse but also : he refused to contribute to household costs & insisted on a settlement far less than she was entitled to
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Jennifer Gilmour Feb 19
Have you seen today's blog post? Its a personal one and its had a lot of response, others relating to what I have written.
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L.A.97 Feb 3
Replying to @JessicaTheps
This is a great leap forward in highlighting that coercive control is very real and very damaging and can’t be investigated using tired/traditional measures. If the law moves forward in this direction, the “dna” of domestic violence will actually be addressed
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Jennifer Gilmour Feb 14
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WomenForIndependence Feb 1
passed 118 votes for and1 against. MSPs stand & applaud the organisations & individuals in the gallery who were amongst those involved in this historic day.
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Lady Of The Flowers Feb 4
Going through this at the moment. Genuinely can't work out of he's delusional or just a lying piece of shit. Don't know what he's going to try next. He's done so much I never thought him capable of. It's terrifying.
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