The world cup 2010 starts tomorrow in South Africa. Sadly during the last world cup domestic violence reports increased by 30% and other alcohol related violence and issues were also a problem.
The Safer Birmingham partnership launched their new campaign on the 7th June. The campaign is aimed at encouraging individuals to drink sensibly and stay safe during the World Cup season, whether watching England matches at home with friends or in local pubs/bars.
For more information about the Safer Bimringham Partnership World Cup Campaign visit their website
Download the Domestic abuse campaign poster here : Too much control
To get more information and advice about domestice abuse or access support call Women’s Aid 0800 0732 606 or in an emergency always dial 999
To seek advice about yours or someone else alcohol use you can get free & confidential advice from Birmingham Drug & Alcohol Action Team by calling 0800 073 0817
To contact your neighbourhood police team call 0845 113 5000 or you can report anti social behaviour on 0121 303 1111