Coercive behaviour

The cross-Government definition of domestic violence and abuse outlines controlling or coercive behaviour as follows: Controlling behaviour is: a range of acts designed to make a person subordinate and/or dependent by isolating them from sources of support, exploiting their resources and capacities for personal gain, depriving them of the means needed for independence, resistance and escape and regulating their everyday behaviour. Coercive behaviour is:
“a continuing act or a pattern of acts of assault, threats, humiliation and intimidation or other abuse that is used to harm, punish, or frighten their victim.”
It is clear that victims are not confined to one gender or ethnic group. Controlling or coercive behaviour does not only happen in the home, the victim can be monitored by phone or social media from a distance and can be made to fear violence on at least two occasions or adapt their everyday behaviour as a result of serious alarm or distress Platforms or services that do not protect their users against this, may be allowing this to take place on their Platforms or Services
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