https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-berkshire-47570533

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Image caption Kylie Dembrey died after she was stabbed by her partner of 12 years in her own home. The way a domestic abuse case which ended in a mother-of-two being murdered by her partner was handled by police will be investigated. Kylie Dembrey was strangled then stabbed to death in a "vicious" attack by Mark Sinclair, 31, at her home in Theale, Berkshire, in September. The 28-year-old had been the victim of "regular incidents" of domestic abuse. The review by Thames Valley Police's will aim to establish if "there are any areas of lessons to be learned". A police spokesman said dealing with domestic abuse was a "priority" for the force and added in Ms Dembrey's case, "a safety plan was considered and put in place". Full story

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