More than 100 charged over domestic abuse in north east of Scotland

More than 100 people have been charged after a police crackdown on domestic abuse in the north east of Scotland over the festive period.

A total of 55 people in Aberdeenshire and Moray and 51 in Aberdeen were reported.

The campaign ran from 24 December until 5 January.

Det Insp Darren Bruce said: "The results demonstrate our commitment to tackling domestic abuse and our commitment to keeping people safe."

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