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How to contact the police if you’re too scared to speak out loud

Domestic violence charities are backing a campaign to raise awareness of the Silent Solution system.

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Cressida Dick pays tribute to 100 years of women in the Met police

Collecting her Glass Ceiling award, the highest-ranking police officer in the UK paid tribute to the "brave women" who came before her

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This teen escaped her kidnapper – so shouldn’t she get the reward money?

Jayme Closs, 13, endured almost three months of captivity before she escaped

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UK police tweeted their sexual assault “advice” – and Twitter responded accordingly

Liverpool council and the police have now issued an apology.

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Rape survivors slam Met Police's new policy on believing victims

“Our job is not all about victims,” said Cressida Dick, the Met Police commissioner

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The important reason why mental health days are being introduced in the police

“[We’re] encouraging our staff to take time to look after themselves.”

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Cressida Dick pledges commitment to tackling violence against women and girls

The Met’s first woman commissioner is calling on Londoners to “press for progress on the crimes that affect women and girls the most”

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“The John Worboys ruling will force police to take rape survivors seriously”

The Met failed victims of the ‘black cab rapist’. The Supreme Court's ruling is vitally important in ensuring that never happens again.

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The inhumane way UK police are letting down female prisoners

Campaigners are calling on the introduction of new guidelines

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Met Police respond to incident in Oxford Circus

They have "not located any trace of suspects, evidence of shots fired or casualties"

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Police open letter on domestic abuse goes viral

“We know you follow this account and want you to see this”

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UK Police release distressing new video in bid to help sexual assault victims

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