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CBC Radio Interview – It’s Time for Police to Be More Public about Domestic Violence, says Advocate

Via CBC’s All Points West: “The family of Salt Spring Island, B.C.’s Jennifer Quesnel wants the public to know the truth about her death. In a letter shared with the media they say the mother of three was ambushed and shot by her abusive and estranged husband last Monday. RCMP have only reported that two people died in an incident in the community, and that there is no danger to the public. For more on why her family, and advocates, would like police to release more info in all cases of domestic violence, All Points West host Kathryn Marlow spoke to Tracy Porteous. She is the Executive Director of the Ending Violence Association of BC.”

Audio of the segment: It’s Time for Police to Be More Public about Domestic Violence, says Advocate