Online abusers are to be targeted for the first time in domestic violence cases amid fears teenagers are suffering in silence.
Gang culture is also tackled in the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) advice, including young girls being forced into sexual activity as part of initiation.
Natalie Collins runs the 'Day Programme' which talks to young people about healthy relationships.
She told Premier's News Hour that it's not only young people that are affected.
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