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Police: Insight Into How Police Tackle Domestic Abuse
Avon and Somerset Police are hosting a web chat for people to ask questions about how the force tackles domestic abuse.
On Thursday 28th November the force are holding a webchat as part of Domestic Abuse Awareness Week 2013.
Between 12pm and 1pm, you can log onto the web chat system anonymously and ask the force any questions you might have about domestic abuse.
Assistant Chief Constable Louisa Rolfe is the force lead for domestic abuse and will be online to answer your questions.
She'll be joined by Detective Chief Inspector Carolyn Belafonte from the Public Protection Unit, as well as an Independent Domestic Violence Advisor and a survivor of domestic abuse.
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