NEWS BLOG: IPV in the media


Recent high profile homicide cases have caused reflection in the media about the way that domestic violence and intimate partner violence are reported, and how the conversation about public safety often misses the connection between homicide and IPV.

It is challenging to share news links on social media due to Meta’s news ban in Canada, but these articles are interesting, and worth sharing:

Public safety in B.C. Why domestic violence needs to be part of the conversation | CTV News

Society needs to do more for victims of domestic violence (

‘Domestic violence will now be part of your daily life,’ Montreal police recruits told | Montreal Gazette

Advocates urge public, governments to take intimate partner violence seriously – Victoria Times Colonist

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