Police mistakes over stabbing death

A spelling error on a police computer meant domestic abuse was not handled properly by police shortly before a woman was murdered.

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Full Report: Police mistakes over stabbing death

A simple spelling mistake on a computer database meant police missed crucial details about a man's violent past, just hours before he killed his partner.

Sarah Gosling was stabbed to death in Newcastle earlier this year. Now, the police watchdog has criticised mistakes by Northumbria police, which it says had "profound consequences."

You can see the full report from Ben Chapman below.

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