This report recognises the substantial steps that have been taken to make sure suspects are arrested at the earliest opportunity, that calls are dealt with quickly and that intelligence is developed to identify those at greatest risk.
But I also recognise that it highlights several areas where we need to streamline our processes, improve communication, and provide a better service to victims.
There has been some really positive work done so far and I have already acknowledged that there is still much work to be done.
We are very conscious that we must get our response right every single time.
We are committed to helping victims of domestic abuse and we would urge anyone suffering at the hands of a violent offender to contact us immediately.
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