A new COVID-19 crisis: Domestic abuse on the rise

Quarantines aimed at keeping people safe during the pandemic may actually be making some people less safe; domestic abuse is on the rise. Supporting community-based programs and learning to spot the warning signs of intimate partner violence can save a life.

Shannon Barry, executive director of Domestic Abuse Intervention Services, joins Live at Four to talk about how the pandemic and economic recession are causing a rise in domestic violence.