Picture secretly protects domestic violence victims without alerting abusers

Victims of domestic abuse have been given a secret tool to store the numbers they need to access help, without alerting their abusers. Police have shared an image that secretly holds phone numbers where help is available for those suffering domestic violence.

Numbers, including those for the National Centre for Domestic Violence and the Men’s Advice Line, can be seen in tiny writing on an image of a faded bench with a puppy perched on top.

But the numbers only become clear when you zoom in – otherwise they appear to be just a part of the paint on the bench.

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Source: Picture secretly protects domestic violence victims without alerting abusers

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By / Published On: June 14th, 2021 / Tags: , , / Categories: News, Vulnerable Adults /

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