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Vigil held in Harlow Town Centre to remember women who were victims of domestic violence

Crime / Sun 27th Nov 2022 am30 10:44am

ON FRIDAY night in Harlow Town Centre, a vigil was held to remember the women who have been victims of violence.

Led by Bush Fair councillor, Kay Morrison, names of women were read out.

Two women a week are killed in the United Kingdom as a consequence of domestic violence.

Councillor Morrison made reference to the murder of Sarah Everard by a serving Metropolitan Police Officer.

To conclude, a song was sung by Cara Dunne.

Thanks to Councillor Jodi Dunne with filming of project.

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2 Comments for Vigil held in Harlow Town Centre to remember women who were victims of domestic violence:

Mike Dempsey
2022-11-28 02:27:58

The Essex Police #Reflect campaign in partnership with The Change Project detailed in the link below should be rolled out nationally and given a good measure of funding to make it a success. As Essex Police say: "The campaign encourages perpetrators of all genders and ages to get help for their toxic behaviour". Read more at https://www.essex.police.uk/news/essex/news/news/2022/august/How-essex-police-are-tackling-violence-against-women-and-girls/

David
2022-12-02 00:28:36

Woman are not the only victims of domestic violence, why is it never all victims just woman, infuriates me that its so one sides.

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