Pilot schemes offering extra support to victims of domestic violence are preventing court cases from collapsing, according to figures from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).

Measures such as fast-track domestic violence courts; extra training for prosecutors, magistrates, and police; and the use of advocates for victims have all helped to make the system more effective.

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