I was married to a military cop who was abusive. I believed when I married him that he would protect me.
Unfortunately, that belief resulted in 23 broken bones, burns, etc., over the course of our marriage of 3 years.
Cops, as a group, have a higher record of spousal abuse than most any other profession. Weird, huh?
But, when it comes down to it, they're human.
If your spouse is a military cop, his company commander will not be impressed by his abuse. I suggest you take your medical records with you and visit him or her.
I don't know how the rank structure of civil cops works, but the rankings themselves are based on military rankings. If you're having a problem, take it to the commander of his unit. Be prepared to provide evidence. Ask for help in controlling your abusive spouse (legal writs to keep him from coming home, police help in keeping him away from you, etc.) in moving out, with money, or whatever you need. The worst they can do is not believe you, however, they HAVE to file a report, just like any other civil authority. Make sure someone in authority knows what's happening, that reports are filed. When you get divorced, in some states, this is vitally important. And move UP the chain of command, till someone believes you at the local, county, or state level.
And, protect yourself. These are people armed not only with abusive hands and tongues, but with weapons. These are people who know other cops who are not only good cops, but some who are not so good.
Be prepared to move, immediately, without leaving a forwarding address at the post office. The reason I'm saying this is because ANYONE can go to any post office and request a search for a forwarding address on anyone. It doesn't take a detective to find someone through the postal system.
Change your name if you are able. In some states, this is as simple as a declaration of intent. Some required a court appearance. Some of us so dislike our given name that changing is a lovely prospect. There is a positive to this, but it won't help with things like credit debt, irs, etc. Those things don't go away..
Some abused women are living in the same town or city that they grew up in, and have never even been outside their local area. Well, it's time to move on! Find a shelter in another city or state, call them, tell them what you need, and ask them for help. They have a system of helping women no matter where you're coming from.
The advice about checking your computer is good. Find another computer to use, a friend, local library, cyber cafe, or even the local college. Most schools have computer labs, even grade schools, and the principal or councelors may be able to help you.
Most important, take care of yourself and your kids. If no one has told you this before, let me be the first: YOU DON'T DESERVE TO BE BEATEN, HURT, ABUSED. In my case, someone had to say those very words to me before I was able to realize it.