Number of deaths from domestic violence in last five years

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Dear West Midlands Police,

Please could you provide me the number of people in your force area who have died as result of domestic violence in calendar years 2016, 2017, and 2018 so far- including their gender, age and ethnic appearance.

Please could it also be broken down month-by-month.

Yours faithfully,

Helen Hoddinott

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Dear Ms Hoddinott

 

FOI Request Reference: 021861/18

 

Thank you for your request for information, received 26/11/2018

 

REQUEST

 

Please could you provide me the number of people in your force area who
have died as result of domestic violence in calendar years 2016, 2017, and
2018 so far- including their gender, age and ethnic appearance.

 

Please could it also be broken down month-by-month?

RESPONSE

 

I see from our records that you recently made an identical or
substantially similar request to the West Midlands Police, and we provided
you with a response on 19/12/2018 the information has not changed since
then.

 

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