South Yorkshire Police backs 'zero tolerance day' for female genital mutilation

Police chiefs in South Yorkshire are today supporting the national zero tolerance day for female genital mutilation.
The force is using the day to highlight its stance on the illegal procedure and to raise awareness of the support available for victims regardless of when or where they were mutilated in the name of culture and tradition.
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Temporary Detective Inspector Suzanne Jackson said: "Our aim remains putting a stop to FGM and working with our partners to highlight how this offence makes victims... read more

 
6 February 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 25
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