Duchess of Cornwall hails 'magic' of secret panic alarms for domestic abuse victims

Domestic violence victims are being given hidden “panic alarms”, which allow police to track them down when activated, officers have revealed.

The Met Police said the secret devices have been activated in 1,879 emergency situations since 2011, as the Duchess of Cornwall became the first person outside of police circles to see the technology in action.

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