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If you have been the victim of domestic violence, there are two ways of dealing with this, the criminal route and the civil route. You can take both routes at the same time.
The criminal route, is very simply to report what has happened to you to the police. Tou can do that by visiting the local police station or calling 101. If you are in imminent danger then call 999.
The police will take a statement, then possible arrest the person concerned.
The civil route, is to apply to the court for a non molestation order. That is a court injunction against the person. You can start and apply for this order online. The court is likely to call you and hole a small hearing by phone,my hen this could be followed up later with a formal hearing or a second hearing by phone where the defendant can either accept or challenge the order.
The link below will show you,how to apply for this order.
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