What happens when the police don’t believe victims?
Published on 29 Nov 2019
We have a duty as a civil society to listen to one another carefully and honestly.
When victims of sexual abuse go unheard, we risk spiraling down a dangerous path of injustice. Protestors are rallying against the inaction of the Metropolitan Police over two victims of rape, despite them reporting to the police for 5 years.
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