Police given advice on spotting domestic abuse patterns

September 21st, 2015 in General

The new College of Policing guidance is designed to help officers prosecute without relying on victims' evidence.

It also advises senior officers about the need for specialist staff to deal with cases of abuse and ensure victims receive the best possible support.

David Tucker, from the college, said a change was needed within policing in attitudes towards domestic abuse.

The College of Policing guidance focuses on abusive relationship dynamics.

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