A new police video focussing on domestic abuse that was produced in Moray is being used by Scottish Police throughout the country.
The short video features an officer from the Domestic Abuse Unit for the Aberdeenshire and Moray Division based in Elgin, and highlights the help and support available to victims.
Announcing the release of the video this week, a Police Scotland statement said: “If you are suffering from the kind of abuse mentioned in the video please call us on 101(or 999 in an emergency).
“The way the police deal with Domestic Abuse has evolved considerably, and our approach centres on the victim, ensuring that vulnerable individuals receive the support and protection they deserve when faced with the trauma of Domestic Abuse.
“Similarly, the way we dealing with perpetrators has also changed where swift, decisive action is taken to conclude enquiries and place perpetrators before the courts.
“We can help you. You don’t have to live with it. Please call us on 101.”