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Clare’s Law: How it can protect friends and family at risk of domestic violence

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Clare Wood, 36, was killed by her ex-boyfriend, George Appleton, in 2009. He had previously served prison sentences for stalking, harassing and abusing women. Her family said she would never have entered into the relationship had she known of Appleton’s violent past. Under the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme, individuals can ask police to check whether a new or existing partner has a violent past (the ‘right to ask’).
2 months ago·Ilkley, United Kingdom

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Clare’s Law: How it can protect friends and family at risk of domestic violence

If you're concerned a friend or family member may be at risk from domestic violence, here's everything you need to know about Clare's Law.

2 months ago·Bradford, United Kingdom
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