Euro 2016 Domestic Abuse

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Don’t lose it all for football!

West Yorkshire Police is urging fans not to 'lose it all for football' after receiving a worryingly high volume of calls relating to domestic abuse incidents during major tournaments.

During the previous tournaments, Euro 2012 and the World Cup 2014, the police saw domestic abuse increase by a third and received an average of 110 calls per England game.

If you are worried about your own behaviour or have been abusive in the past, it is never too late to get help.

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If you are a victim of domestic abuse or are worried about someone you know, click here for agencies that can help. http://www.westyorkshire.police.uk/helpadvice/domestic-abuse-affects-your-children-too/contact-information

The following agencies can offer support and advice to men or women who want to change their behaviour:

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Bradford

 

Calderdale

 

Kirklees

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Leeds

 

Wakefield

 

Click here to read the campaign press release.
 

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