Cookies and privacy policy


This website has been developed by Cheshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner in partnership with Cheshire Police, Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Chester, Halton and Warrington councils, with the support of residents and stakeholder groups.  It is designed to help anyone in Cheshire who is affected by domestic abuse and unhealthy relationships by encouraging people to address the issues, report concerns and find out where to get help and support.

We make every effort to ensure that the information on this website is accurate and up-to-date, however we cannot accept responsibility for any loss or inconvenience caused by inaccurate information on this site.

We also thank the ‘It’s not OK’ campaign in New Zealand for allowing us to use some of its materials, including the relationship quiz.


This website does not collect, use or hold any of your personal information.  You can close this website within seconds using the ‘exit now’ button on the right hand side, which will redirect you to the BBC News homepage. If you need to remove evidence of your visit to this website, follow the advice on the ‘cover your tracks’ page.


We use cookies to help improve user experience and to help us monitor visits to the website, which helps us to make sure the site is easy to use and helps us to make improvements where needed.  Cookies are not used to identify you personally.  However cookie(s) from this website will be stored on your browser after your visit, so someone using the same computer/phone/tablet may be able to see that you have visited this website.  So if you need to delete the cookie(s) from your device, follow the advice on the ‘cover your tracks’ page.

External links

Links to other sites are provided for your convenience.  Having these links on this website does not necessarily mean that we endorse them. We cannot be held responsible or accept liability for the currency or accuracy of information held on other websites, or the cookies that they use.

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