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No increase in domestic abuse reports in first lockdown, says chief

Thames Valley's chief constable has said not all domestic abusers live with their victims, and lockdown may have curtailed violence for some. But domestic abuse charity Women's Aid has rebutted his comments.

Thames Valley chief constable John Campbell

Thames Valley chief constable John Campbell

Date - 14th January 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
Thames Valley Police’s chief constable John Campbell said yesterday (13 January) during a Home Affairs Committee meeting that the force even saw a reduction of reports of domestic abuse during the initial lockdown last Spring, and that the...
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