It's a video which is designed to highlight standing still is not an option for victims of domestic abuse.
The camera pans around the house and includes a man trying to confront a woman while children are also in the home.
The video aims to demonstrate that 'time doesn't stand still in real life' and anyone who feels in danger should call police.
During 2015/16, TVP received a report of domestic abuse every 11 minutes equal to 127 per day.
The offence of ‘coercive and controlling behaviour in an intimate or family relationship’ (commonly referred to as coercive control) came into force on Tuesday, December 29 2015.
Steven Strong, 25, of no fixed address in Maidenhead, was the first person in the Thames Valley to be convicted of controlling or coercive behaviour. He was jailed for two and half years at Reading Crown Court on Monday, July 11.
Firefighters from Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service mocked up a head-on car crash which had been caused by one of the drivers using a mobile phone.
Watch the video below, courtesy of Eynsham fire station, which crews hope will encourage people to stop using their mobile phones while driving.
Source : http://www.getreading.co.uk/news/reading-berkshire-news/polices-mannequin-challenge-aims-raise-12229158