Greater Manchester has secured more than £1 million to support victims of domestic abuse and tackle the behaviour of perpetrators.
After courting controversy over Brexit, former Prime Minister Theresa May has once again managed to divide public opinion and give way to a heated debate by adding Geoffrey Boycott to her resignation honours list.
The monthly average across the region in 2013 was 1334 incidents, a ﬁgure which rose to 3106 in 2018.
Beverly Hughes, the Deputy Mayor of Greater Manchester for Policing and Crime said the move was a ‘postive step’ towards better protection and support for victims.
In a massive domestic abuse crackdown Greater Manchester Police have made 80 arrests in a two-day sweep of the region ahead of Valentine’s weekend.
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Domestic violence occurs every eight and a half minutes in Greater Manchester, according to new figures released by Greater Manchester Police.