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Domestic abuse

Clare's Law: check your partner's history for abuse

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The domestic abuse disclosure scheme (or "Clare's Law") allows you to find out if someone you're in a relationship with has a history of abusive behaviour towards previous partners.

You can make an application under the scheme by:

  • telephone - contact the Police on 101 and speak with a call taker
  • speaking to a member of staff at any Police station
  • speaking to a Police Officer on the street

Find out more about Clare's Law and making your application on the Norfolk Constabulary website (scroll down to Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme "Clare’s Law").