HOPE Digital Art Project

08 Dec 2020

Health and Social Care

Kuljit Bhogal has been featured by the HOPE digital art project for her work in promoting the use of the powers available in the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, many of which can be used to tackle domestic abuse, including Injunctions, Community Protection Notices and Closure Orders

The project aims to raise awareness of and celebrates black, Asian and minority ethnic women working/advocating/campaigning within the domestic abuse & sexual violence sector. The text in the image is an adapted version of the dedication in Kuljit’s book Cornerstone on Anti-Social Behaviour, 2nd Ed.

During lockdown, Kuljit recorded a series of videos explain how some of the powers work. She was also involved in creating the UK’s first ever “buffer zone” outside an abortion clinic in west London, a good reminder of how the powers can be used creatively if the statutory tests are met.