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The shock of the fall: How the CJS fails rape victims

The imminent release of sex attacker John Worboys has re-focused the spotlight on how the criminal justice system investigates and prosecutes rapes cases. Conviction rates are improving, but are still very low and many more rapes remain unreported. Syreeta Lund takes a look at why this is and what needs to change.

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