A domestic violence centre says it already has the tools to resurrect a mailbox for family protection orders that was abandoned after a year due to a lack of police resources.
The mailbox was introduced in 2018 to notify the police as early as possible when courts made protection orders against forced marriage and female genital mutilation. It was run by two officers from Norfolk Constabulary, who collated a register and logged every order before sending it to the relevant force. However, the job was 'resource intensive' and borne by Norfolk Constabulary's own budget.
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