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Australian police forces have a domestic violence problem and we’re only seeing the tip of the iceberg – ABC News

Police are too often failing to take action against cops who commit domestic violence, an ABC News investigation finds.

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October 19, 2020 07:34:10
Police are too often failing to take action against cops who commit domestic violence, fuelling a culture of impunity in forces across the country and putting victims at risk, an ABC News investigation has found.
Domestic violence workers say they come in “waves” women who, three or four at a time, step forward for help escaping a special class of abuser experts deem particularly high risk: police officers.
Often they’ll call from out of town. A woman livin…

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