Violence against women is more common than often believed. Each year approximately 33,000 women in Denmark become victims of domestic violence from their partners. There is no single experience of violence; it can take many different forms, e.g. physical, sexual, emotional/psychological, financial or stalking.
Many women remain together with their violent partners. This situation can be due to:
Domestic violence is a crime like any other type of violence. It is possible for a woman who is threatened by a violent man to have a restraining order imposed by the police against him. There is also a new legislation on stalking enforced, which is supposed to help to protect victims of stalking.
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