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Fatal Domestic Abuse

A women with her head in her hands

In this interview, we speak to Frank Mullane whose sister and nephew were the fatal victims of domestic abuse. Julia and her 16-year-old son William were shot dead by her abusive husband in November 2003.

Frank founded AAFDA, Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse, which helps families after fatal domestic abuse incidents and trains agencies.

You can listen to the two-part interview using the players located to the right of this article. You will also find practical support and guidance in Frank's "Dos and Don'ts" podcast below the interview.

Transcript

Frank Mullane - Dos and Don'ts Transcript 58.50 kB

Need Help?

There is a Freephone 24-hour National Domestic Violence Helpline, run in partnership between Women’s Aid and Refuge.

0808 2000 247

In the event of an emergency, phone 999.

Link

cedar.uk.net
There are further resources and downloads available on the cedar website.

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Frank Mullane: Part One

Frank Mullane's sister and nephew were fatal victims of domestic abuse. This is part one of his story.   frankmullane1.mp3 3.37 MB
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Frank Mullane: Part Two

Frank Mullane's sister and nephew were fatal victims of domestic abuse. This is part two of his story.   frankmullane2.mp3 5.19 MB
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Frank Mullane: Dos and Don'ts

Frank Mullane founded the organisation Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse. Here he offers some guidance and advice.   frankmullane3.mp3 1.74 MB