DAVSS Trustee on BBC News Item

On Tuesday 4th May, the BBC are speaking, on their 6.30 pm South East news programme, to Tony Hannington who lives in Canterbury. His wife Tracey was the first woman to be jailed in 2019 for coercive behaviour (jailed for two years) and he is speaking out about his ordeal and raising awareness of the issue to encourage any other victims to come forward and speak out.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-9513101/Domestic-abuse-survivor-reveals-horrendous-abuse-wife-jailed-two-years.html

Jan Berry, who is a Trustee of DAVSS, an ex-Chair of The Police Federation and Co-CEO of Protection Against Stalking has been invited to answer general questions about domestic abuse.

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