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In that case, I advise her to find somewhere safe to stay, report the violence to the police, get a court order to stop her abusive partner from harming or threatening you, take legal action and get help from a charity or another organisation.
Furthermore, she may contact the followings:
Women’s Aid – She can call them on 0808 2000 247 but when she does call them, make sure her abuser is not around or call them from a safe place. The school runs, going shopping or whenever she is able to make a private call without her partner present is best and safer for her.
Police - The police can help her too and take action too. They take domestic abuse very seriously and will take all necessary action. So if she feels in danger or is concerned for her children’s immediate safety, please call 999.
Refuge – She can also call them on 0808 2000 247 and they support partners and their children if you are in an abusive relationship.
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