Lack of police training could stymie success of coercive control laws: experts | Director of Public Prosecutions Melinda Graczol said she supported making coercive control a crime, but it needs to be underpinned by “education and c

Lack of police training could stymie success of coercive control laws: experts

Lack of police training could stymie success of coercive control laws: experts

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