Labour would reverse cuts to the police planned for next year if it wins power in May, shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper has said.
The party would also scrap police and crime commissioners (PCC) to pay to protect women's refuges.
In every part of the country refuges and services for women and children suffering from domestic violence are being closed due to the callous attitude of this Government.
Theresa May's failure to act means victims are being left with no support and being abandoned.
Refuges provide vital support for women and children. Local specialist services that have a track record of successfully helping women and children need our support and that's what we will do.
A man in his 90s brought some of the audience at the Labour Party conference to tears as he delivered an inspirational speech about the NHS.
The speech was OK, passionate at times and certainly well received, but did not display the passion of past speeches.
At a reception tonight at the Labour Party conference, our correspondent Emily Morgan believes she saw a glimpse of formidable Team Miliband