The rAInbow chatbot learns people's behaviour to help detect whether users are in an abusive relationship.
Police have welcome the prison sentence handed down today to a Penrith man who coerced, controlled and assaulted his partner.Copyright: Cumbria Police
Carlisle Crown Court heard how Kyle Pelham, 23, had made his partner's life "a misery", controlling every aspect of her behaviour and assaulting her even when she was heavily pregnant.
Det Con James Bowness, who lead the investigation, said: “I am pleased with the sentence given today.
“Even during interview, Pelham tried to control the interview, claiming the victim was making up the allegation and claiming the injustice to himself."
Two survivors of domestic abuse explain how technology was used by an abusive partner against them.
By Shiroma Silva & Talia Franco
MP Mark Fletcher has said he’s spent his “entire life terrified of overtly aggressive men”.
A mother living under police protection says she has to avoid people taking pictures on their phones.
A woman has been helped by a Birmingham charity after being forced into crime by her abusive partner.
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A total of 112 men, women and children have been supported to leave abusive homes in Copeland during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the borough council.
In all, 53 women, three men and 56 children have been supported by the Council’s Prevention and Crisis Support officer from April to September.
The council says it saw a 30% increase in referrals to its domestic abuse support service during the lockdown period (April to June), in comparison to the three months before the pandemic.