For bullying in education, the head teacher will have clear guidance on tackling these situations. If you are not happy with the results that have been achieved then you can visit the above website for more advice.
Domestic Abuse & Bullying
The helpline is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
The HSE defines work-related violence as:
Any incident in which a person is abused, threatened or assaulted in circumstances relating to their work. This can include verbal abuse or threats as well as physical attacks.
Their website explains what HSE is doing to address the issue of work-related violence and provides access to a range of information.
The National Helpline is available for all men across the UK suffering from domestic violence or domestic abuse by their current or former wife or partner (including same-sex partner). They provide both emotional support and practical information.
Open: Monday – Friday 10:00 – 16:00 & 19:00 – 21:00
The National Domestic Violence Helpline is for women experiencing domestic violence, and for their family, friends, colleagues and others calling on their behalf. The helpline offers advice and support and how to get a refuge place.
Women who become homeless because of abuse, violence or threats may be able to get a place in a refuge at a secret address. If you don’t feel safe in your own area, you may be able to go to a women’s refuge in another part of the country.
24 hour helpline
Formerly North Devon Women’s Aid, NDADA supports all sections of our community with a range of services for women, men and children and young people. They also offer safe, temporary accommodation to women in need of refuge. Children in the refuge are supported by a Children and Young People’s worker.