Over 300 applications for information about a potentially violent boyfriend or girlfriend were made to police using Clare's Law, it has emerged.
The right to ask scheme was piloted in Greater Manchester, Wiltshire, Nottinghamshire and Gwent, over a 14 month period starting in the summer of last year.
During that time:
- There were 386 applications for information.
- Police made 111 disclosures - a 29% disclosure rate.
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