How many Clare's Law requests are approved by West Yorkshire Police?

How many Clare's Law requests are approved by West Yorkshire Police?
 

Police in West Yorkshire refused three-quarters of all disclosure requests from people concerned about their partner’s potentially violent past, a new analysis has revealed. The force approved just 25 per cent of all ‘right to ask’ requests made under Clare’s Law in the year to June 2017, while rates elsewhere ranged from seven to 76 per cent.
Officially called the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme, the law gives people the right to ask police whether their partner has a history of domestic violence or violent acts.
It also gives authorities the power to decide that someone who did not... read more

 
8 January 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 24
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