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Each year, we sadly deal thousands of reports of domestic abuse and work around the clock to bring offenders to justice.
In this podcast, we will be speaking anonymously to a brave domestic abuse survivor who suffered threats and physical abuse at the hands of her ex-partner and hopes to encourage other victims to speak out.
We also hear from Detective Constable Jess Day who investigated this case and will explain the support available to those suffering abuse.
‘Cambs Cops: Our Stories’ is the force’s first true crime podcast series, providing an insight into policing in Cambridgeshire.
This podcast is available to watch and listen via the media player with subtitles included. A written transcript of the episode is also available via the link below.
If you, or anyone you know, is suffering from domestic abuse, we are here to help.
Abuse isn’t always physical, there are many signs of domestic abuse.
Domestic abuse is defined as any incident, or pattern of incidents, of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between people aged 16 or over who are or have been, intimate partners or family members regardless of gender or sexuality.
Find more information on domestic abuse