How will it work?
Every request under Clare's Law is thoroughly checked by a panel made up of police, probation services and other agencies to ensure information is only passed on where it is lawful, proportionate and necessary. Trained police officers and advisers are then on hand to support victims through the difficult and sometimes dangerous transitional period.
The government also announced today the national extension of Domestic Violence Protection Orders from March 2014, which will provide further protection to vulnerable victims.
How do I make a request for information?
To make an application you must contact Northumbria Police by:
Completing our Clare's Law Domestic Violence Disclosure form
This facility is not monitored 24/7 and should NOT be used to report emergencies and incidents or to pass on urgent information to police. In an emergency, always telephone 999.
Always remember, if somebody's life is in danger or a crime is taking place, phone 999.
To report all other crimes or incidents, or for general information and advice phone 101 or use the 101 online form > > >