Neil Rhodes, Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police has been speaking about the Say No to Violence and Abuse (NOVA) campaign that his force is involved in.
In an interview and an article published on the Lincolnshire Police website here Chief Constable Rhodes has highlighted the intention of the force to reduce violence around the county, especially violence in the home. Speaking at the launch of the latest campaign in Boston, Lincolnshire, the Chief Constable said that the force has already done much to make Lincolnshire one of the safest places in the country in which to live, but that more can always be done. Here at Zakon Training we have people with experience of dealing with the aftermath of violence, whether that be in the home or elsewhere, and trainers who have specialised in risk assessment for domestic violence incidents in particular. As people who have seen the effects of violence all too often, and people who also believe that everyone has a right to feel safe in their own home, we applaud and support the Chief Constable and Lincolnshire Police in their efforts.