It depends what they are investigating.
That sounds like a concern about criminal activity.
Or it may have just genuinely been general interest.
But there is no reason they can't ask investigative questions at scene. It is a lot better then being arrested and being asked at the police station under caution.
To be wholly honest, it is best not to call the police to domestic squabbles. They can be heavy handed.
If he needs medical attention then it would normally be the ambulance service anyway.
Can I clarify anything for you?
That is because you didn't make any allegations of violence. If you had you would never have heard the end of it.
We all have domestic rows and I think the truth is that most of us have done something unlawful in the course of those rows at some point. What we euphemistically call 'domestic abuse' would make criminals of us all.
No, not necessarily but I wouldn't worry. Lots of people have comfortable lifestyles without doing anything wrong. Their issue will only be that most of their call outs are to council estates
As long as you can account for your income it really doesn't matter.
Well, even if they do it really doesn't matter.
Unless you say that you are battered there is nothing they can do.
It isn't really the fault of the police. It is the fault of these women who run services like refuge who labour under the misapprehension that domestic abuse is a problem in the UK. In fact, it is mostly just childish people using the police as a mediation service.
I wouldn't worry about this. Nobody can make you say that you are being abused.
No, it isn't likely.
But even if they do you just provide your accounts and it all disappears.
Oh yes, if they had enough to arrest they would have done. That doesn't mean they won't investigate although I can't imagine it. They don't resources for frolics of their own like that. They are genuinely having the majority of their time wasted on false allegations of sexual abuse.