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Review of police-perpetrated VAWG reveals 'improvements and inconsistencies'

The NPCC and CoP publication comes after forces were asked to conduct an urgent review of VAWG-related offences against officers and staff.

DCC Maggie Blyth

DCC Maggie Blyth

Date - 18th October 2022
By - Cash Boyle
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A review of police-perpetrated violence against women and girls (VAWG) has revealed that inconsistency remains in terms of how forces respond to reports. Published by the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) and College of Policing (CoP),...
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