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Homicide Prevention

Men who kill their partners follow a "homicide timeline" that could be tracked to help prevent de...

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10.29 2 Sep 2019


Homicide Prevention


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10.29 2 Sep 2019


Men who kill their partners follow a "homicide timeline" that could be tracked to help prevent deaths. That’s according to research by forensic criminologist Dr Jane Monckton Smith, who joined us in studio today. 


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