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WORKPLACE ABUSE: Man charged with domestic abuse at St Albans workplace

 Published on: 8th September 2022   |   By: News Bulletin   |   Category: Uncategorized

Forty-nine-year-old Vincent Flemons has been charged with eight offences of domestic abuse towards his boyfriend at his workplace in St Albans.

Flemons, of Clarendon Road, Luton, has been charged with strangulation (using the new non-fatal strangulation legislation) and threats to kill on June 10 in Luton.

He was also charged for battery on August 27, and threats to kill, battery, criminal damage and malicious communication on August 29.

Harassment including texts, emails and phone calls took place between August 1 and 29 August at his workplace in St Albans.

Flemons is due to appear before Stevenage Magistrates’ Court on Monday 3 October.

Detective Inspector Claire Richardson-Wabe from the Domestic Abuse Investigation and Safeguarding Unit said: “We have a dedicated domestic abuse unit with the prime purpose being to safeguard victims, whether it is it between family members, same-sex couples or people with disabilities.

“Everyone is treated as an individual and we hope that men and same-sex couples feel empowered to report any form of domestic abuse.”

Anyone with concerns about their partner can contact the Independent Domestic Abuse Advisor services by calling 0300 790 6772. In an emergency, always call 999.

If you are afraid or unable to speak, call 999 from a mobile and press 5, 5. Help and support is also available from the Sunflower Centre at

The constabulary has a number of LGBT+ Liaison Officers who are there to provide extra support to the LGBT+ community. If you would like to speak to one of them for advice, ring 101 and ask to leave a message for them to contact you.

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