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Just 1 In 6 Irish Citizens Would Intervene In Public Act Of Domestic Violence

An EU survey found that Irish people are more inclined to step in on those dumping.

Just 1 in 6 Irish citizens say they'd intervene if they witnessed an act of domestic violence in public. 

An EU survey found that Irish people are more inclined to step in on those dumping.

Former Director of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, Rathdowney's Ellen O'Malley Dunlop says those findings are un-surprising. 

Another aspect suggests we're most likely to phone the police and report a crime.

Ms O'Malley-Dunlop says that's a positive sign:

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