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Don't suffer in silence says charity

Thu, 26 Sep 2013

A plea has gone out to people who are victims of domestic abuse not to suffer in silence.

Abuse figures on the Island have been described as high and it’s feared many more people are suffering but are too frightened to come forward.

Local charity Victim Support offers people a free, entirely confidential service which is separate to the police force.

Paula Gelling from the charity says its primary concern is the protection of vulnerable people - particularly children:


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