A new helpline supporting people affected by sexual harm called Safe to talk is now available nationwide.
If you are in immediate danger, call '111'
Kia ora, welcome to the New Zealand Government website for people affected by crime.
If you or your family or whānau have been affected by crime you can get support to help you deal with the practical and emotional effects of the crime and information to help you understand the legal process.
Police in Counties Manukau will trial making a video of a victim’s statement at the scene of family violence incidents.
Superu has released a paper looking at the evidence around the needs of children exposed to family violence.
Minister Adams and Minister Tolley launched two frameworks to improve responses to family violence.
The Government has announced it will spend $1.8 million to prevent robberies at dairies, superettes and small local businesses.