As part of the Bristol Zero Tolerance initiative Bristol City Council have been campaigning to raise awareness of domestic abuse amongst friends and family members.
A number of recent serious case reviews showed that victims weren’t known to services but friends and family knew exactly what was going on.
The campaign has been launched in response to this and is designed to raise awareness with friends and family about how to spot the signs of domestic violence and abuse, how to report it anonymously, and what will happen if you do.
40 individual stencils in vibrant purple and neon orange appeared city wide from 16th November to 4th December 2015 asking the public:
The stencils provided the Crimestoppers telephone number for advice along with the Zero Tolerance website details.
Key messages for this campaign are:
Did you see any of the stencils around Bristol?
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