We made a clear commitment during the election to protect those at risk from domestic violence. 

And in Fall 2019, we followed through with that commitment when we passed the Disclosure to Protect Against Domestic Violence Act, also known as Clare’s Law.

Promise made. 

Promise kept. 

It ensures that under defined circumstances, individuals at risk of domestic violence may have fuller awareness of an intimate partner’s previous history of domestic violence or violent acts. It introduces the ‘right to ask’, which gives individuals a right to find out if an intimate partner has a violent or abusive past, and the ‘right to know’, which provides new powers to police so they can be proactive and let an individual know they may be at risk from domestic violence. 

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