Coercive control, revenge porn etc is now becoming an increasing part of society, but it is criminal to carry out certain activities!
How to spot signs of coercive control in a relationship and what the UK law says people can do if a victim.
Psychological abuse within a relationship is illegal.
The offence of coercive control recognises that domestic abuse can take on several forms and it is not strictly limited to physical violence.
A number of things that were until fairly recently not covered, have since been outlawed.
In England and Wales, the following 10 acts towards a partner are illegal.
SHARING SEXUALLY EXPLICIT IMAGES OF A PARTNER
New laws surrounding revenge porn make it illegal for someone to share intimate photos of a person with anyone, online or otherwise.
RESTRICTING ACCESS TO FINANCES
Even if they earn more money than their partner, the law says a partner cannot stop someone from accessing cash within the relationship.
PUTTING PARTNERS DOWN
Persistent name-calling, mocking and other forms of insulting behaviour are illegal.
STOPPING A PARTNER FROM SEEING FRIENDS OR FAMILY
Monitoring or blocking of calls or emails, telling a partner where they can or cannot go, and preventing partners from seeing friends or relatives is against the law.
If a partner isolates someone from the people they love, they could face the wrath of the law.
SCARING A PARTNER
A partner might not actually physically assault someone, but if they are doing enough to frighten their partner, they are committing an offence.
That could include using their size to intimidate or breaking things around the home.
THREATENING TO REVEAL PRIVATE DETAILS
Repeated threats to reveal personal and private information is now classed as a form of abuse.
It could include revealing details about health, sexual orientation, or other personal information.
PUTTING TRACKING DEVICES ON A CELLULAR DEVICE
It is illegal under new legislation to ‘monitor a person using online communication tools or spyware.’
BEING EXTREMELY JEALOUS
Persistent accusations of cheating and ‘extreme jealousy, including possessiveness and ridiculous accusations of cheating’ all come under the new legislation.
FORCING A PARTNER TO OBEY RULES
The CPS (Crown Prosecution Service) says that if a partner is forced to abide by stringent rules set by their partner, it could mean they are committing a crime.
CONTROLLING WHAT A PARTNER WEARS
A partner taking control over any part of their partner’s life is highlighted in the new legislation, including restricting who they see and where they go.
Controlling what partners wear or how they look could also now be grounds for prosecution under the new changes.
SOURCE: Bolton News.
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