A man has been jailed just 36 hours after assaulting his partner in Hounslow.
Robert Jurczewski was sentenced at Uxbridge Magistrates' Court on Monday (March 2) to 23 weeks imprisonment after admitting ABH.
The 34-year-old, of no fixed abode, had assaulted his partner on Saturday (February 28).
Police highlighted the case as an example of how they and the courts are delivering swift justice for domestic abuse offenders.
On Tuesday (March 3), officers across Hounslow are taking part in a day of action on domestic abuse.
They have arrested six men after searching seven addresses looking for wanted suspects. The men were arrested on suspicion of actual bodily harm, domestic fraud, public order offences and assault.
The crackdown began at midnight with 24 officers dedicated to pursuing culprits and raising awareness of the support available to victims.
As well as tracking down outstanding offenders, they have been visiting drop-in centres to speak domestic crime victims and offer them support.
Detective Inspector Julie Parr said: "Today's activity demonstrates our long-term commitment in bringing offenders to justice, and supporting and understanding every victim of domestic abuse irrespective of their age, gender or background. Ultimately our community deserves the highest level of victim care and today is crucial in delivering this promise."
Domestic violence victims can get free information and advice at the One-Stop Shop in Montague Hall, Montague Road, Hounslow, every Tuesday from 10am to midday. You can also call the Hounslow Domestic Violence Outreach Service on 020 8247 6466. Always dial 999 in an emergency.