A selection of articles, videos and media amplifying the voices of women and girls who were abused by police instead of protected…
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LBC News on the report by the National Police Chiefs’ Council that found an overwhelming majority of complaints relating to police officers or staff’s treatment of women were dropped with no further action
Nearly 80 officers in 22 forces across England and Wales have faced action for inappropriate relationships, data reveals
PRESS RELEASE: Police must improve how they respond to domestic abuse allegations against officers and staff – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Sunday 3rd October 2021 in the Sunday Telegraph
Freya wants to trust the police, but she can’t. She says her trust disappeared when she was abused by her former partner, a serving officer. She
Hannah Fearn meets the activist calling on all women who have suffered violence from a former or acting policeman to share their stories.
The ex-wife of a police officer has described in chilling detail how his force protected him from prosecution after suffering years of physical and sexual
Police officers and staff accused of domestic abuse are a third less likely to be convicted than the general public, figures from 37 forces suggest.
He used to say the police would protect him and if I phoned up against him, he’d just get me put in prison,” she said.
Nicola Brookes was groomed by a senior officer she trusted and she is not alone – 2,000 police officers have been accused of sexual misconduct in four years. In the wake of Sarah Everard’s murder, what can be done?