Eight out of 10 police employees accused of domestic abuse keep their jobs. So who can victims turn to when their abuser is part of the very system that pledges to protect them?
Eight out of 10 police employees accused of domestic abuse are still working, an investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and ITV has found
Complaints against officers in England, Wales and Scotland included rapes and sexual assaults, but only a fraction resulted in conviction or disciplinary action, the Bureau can reveal
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