Tue, 25 Sep 2012
Nearly 50% of children who die as a result of family violence are killed by their mothers a Police report says - Police National Crime Manager Superintendent Rod Drew explained the findings of the report.
Drew said that Police and their partner agencies are handling family violence cases much better no and are co-operating a lot more. 25 September 2012
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