Tell us about your experiences of Clare’s Law and reporting domestic violence to the police

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<span>Photograph: Victoria Jones/PA</span>
Photograph: Victoria Jones/PA

A review has found that a scheme designed to protect women from new partners with a history of violence, Clare’s Law, has been inconsistently used across England and Wales. A police watchdog has warned that the discovery could be putting some women at risk of harm.

We would like to hear your experiences of reporting domestic violence to the police and enquiring about a partner’s violent history.

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