The virtual surgery took place on Wednesday, 12th February and covered all aspects of domestic abuse affecting young people, their siblings, partners, friends and family.
A Derbyshire police spokesman said: “Youngsters were given the opportunity to ask questions anonymously and the panel either responded in the chat session or through a private conversation.
“The session was very well received and a variety of issues were covered including controlling behaviour, physical abuse and enquiries about what services and help are available.”
The forum was held as part of a national focus on domestic abuse and as part of this the Clare’s Law initiative was launched in Derbyshire.
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The scheme enables people to check the police record of their partners if they are concerned that they may have a previous history of domestic abuse.
To make a request for information under the disclosure scheme, contact police on 101.
You can also visit your local police station or speak to a police officer, or go to www.derbyshire.police.uk for more information.