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5 live investigates: LGBT domestic abuse

5 live investigates: LGBT domestic abuse

The LGBT people trapped in abusive relationships because they say the police don't take them seriously and they can't access support services. 5 Live Investigates has discovered the number of gay, bisexual and trans men and women involved in recorded domestic abuse crimes is going up. But experts say the figures represent only a fraction of the abuse in the LGBT community. One LGBT domestic abuse charity has told the programme it's seeing more than double the number of victims it was seeing five years ago. But thousands don't bother reporting because they think they'll get a negative response from the police

eAudiobook, Electronic resource, Audiobook. English.
Published UK: BBC, 2018

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Note: Recorded off-air from BBC Radio 5 on 02/12/18
Physical Description: 1 online audio recording
Subject: Same-sex partner abuse; Victims of dating violence; Sexual minorities
Restrictions: Access to this resource is within the UK only.