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I (a victim of domestic abuse, but not one with any real evidence) accompanied my abusive ex’s following girlfriend to report him to the police. We asked for a female police officer and/or an officer with specific domestic violence training but were only told “we’ve all had the same training”. Choice quotes include “if he […]

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When I was fifteen, I was raped by my first boyfriend who told me he’d gotten frustrated with waiting for me to feel ready. Due to the nature of our relationship, I had a hard time coming to terms with what it was. I knew it had been violent and I knew that I’d been […]

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My “friends” claimed I was a prostitute in their witness statements, when I’m definitely not. The police kept saying to me “what you do in your own time is your business” when I repeatedly told everyone that they lied. The court also told me it wasn’t rape because I could have just got out of […]

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I didn’t feel like I was being assaulted at the time, but I knew it felt wrong, so I ran away. As I got further and further from where it had happened, I began to realise with a sickness that that was sexual assault. So I called my friend and she stayed talking to me […]

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I was assaulted in the street and the police were called immediately. There was a witness, there was DNA, they had everything they needed. I was shaken and traumatised by the incident, but the police kept calling me during my working hours and and leaving voicemails asking for a statement, saying that if I didn’t […]

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