Domestic violence case reform for NI ‘disappointing’

The justice minister said the work carried out by her department since January 2020 included: “Enacting legislation to provide for a new domestic abuse offence, progressing stalking legislation, introducing domestic homicide reviews, funding behavioural change programmes, running a three year multi-media advertising and awareness raising campaign, work on new protection notices and orders as well as non-fatal strangulation and a rough sex defence among others.”

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