The device was formalized on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, this Thursday.

At the Henri-Mondor hospital in Créteil (Val-de-Marne), it is now possible to bring in a judicial police officer to collect a complaint from a victim of violence, reports

Le Parisien


Better detect people who are victims of violence

The operation aims to better detect and take care of people who are victims of domestic or intra-family violence.

About twenty hospital professionals have been trained to listen to patients' words when there is a suspicion of violence.

If a person has physical injuries, they make the initial findings before possibly calling the police.

Called on the spot, the officer then collects the victim's complaint while respecting confidentiality.

According to figures from the departmental council, Val-de-Marne is one of the “most affected departments”, with an average of six women per 1,000 over 20 years of age who are victims of domestic violence.


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