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BBC to air documentary about murder victim Sarah Everard

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The family of Sarah Everard is hoping that a recently released BBC documentary would “contribute to the ongoing dialogue” regarding police handling of violent crimes against women, reports Breaking News.

A new BBC One series titled Sarah Everard: The Search For Justice was launched on Monday. It will examine “how this devastating crime unfolded” and the consequences of the 33-year-old London marketing executive’s death.

The production crew of the 60-minute show collaborated closely with Ms. Everard’s parents.

“They hope that it will bring increased focus to issues of women’s safety, and abuse of power by police and other in positions of authority,” the BBC said, reports Breaking News.

BBC lead commissioning editor for documentaries, Emma Loach said: “The murder of Sarah Everard sent shockwaves across the country and ignited an urgent conversation about police failings and violence against women and girls. This is an important and timely film and we, like Sarah’s family, hope it will contribute to the ongoing dialogue around the issues raised,” reports Breaking News.

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