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Greater Manchester no longer has a Police and Crime Commissioner. The Mayor of Greater Manchester has now taken responsibility for policing and crime.

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White Ribbon Day

Date: 25th November 2014

Awareness, Domestic violence,

Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd, deputy commissioner Jim Battle and chief executive Adam Allen show their support for the White Ribbon Campaign

Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd, Deputy PCC Jim Battle and Chief Executive Adam Allen show their support for the White Ribbon Campaign.

Running in tandem with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the White Ribbon Campaign is men working to end violence against women.

The pledge

Tony Lloyd and Jim Battle make their pledge for White Ribbon Day.

Make your pledge

Most men are not violent towards women, but many of us ignore the problem, or see it as something which doesn’t have anything to do with us. We need to join women and women’s organisations in taking action to end the problem.

Take a stand against violence now and sign our personal pledge never to commit, condone or remain silent about men’s violence against women.

Pledge your support.

The full pledge reads:

I pledge never to commit, condone, or remain silent about men’s violence against women in all its forms.

Find out more

Get help 

Help is available for victims of domestic violence. Visit www.endthefear.co.uk for more information or call Greater Manchester’s domestic violence helpline on 0161 636 7525

To speak to your local domestic abuse unit, call the GMP switchboard on 101. In an emergency, or if a life is in danger, always dial 999.

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