The subject of this months web chat is ‘Domestic Violence’ as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Week.
This year the theme is the lesser known victims of domestic violence – men, and members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual communities.
The web chat will take place online this evening (Thursday November 24), between 6.30pm and 7.30pm, where you will be able to ask questions which will be answered live byInspector Jon Brown, Blaby Local Policing Unit (LPU) Commander and Jill Stevenson, Domestic Violence Outreach Worker from Blaby District Council.
Inspector Brown said;
“Domestic violence is a very sensitive issue, an issue that a lot of people struggle to discuss with others. Calls to the web chat are anonymous and give you a chance to find out what help is available to your own specific issues without speaking with anyone face to face.
“If you live or work in the Blaby, Narborough, Enderby, Whetstone, Narborough Road, Braunstone, Glenfield, Countesthorpe, Thorpe Astley, Fosse Park or any of the surrounding villages please join in and chat directly to your local officers.”
Log on to www.leics.police.uk/blabywebchat and take part in the web chat where the panel will be giving advice and answering general queries.
Blaby consultation events are held regularly online on the last Thursday of every month.
For details of other upcoming and past online chats please visit