New Zealand Police have announced where new frontline officers will be based as part of the Government’s Safer Communities package.
The Family and Whānau Violence Legislation Bill passed its first reading in Parliament with unanimous support.
The scheme is being used to provide concerned partners, relatives or friends information on a partner’s violence history.
The Act is being used to protect individuals who have been caused harm by digital communications.
The Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki and VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai both came into effect on 1 April 2017.
Core agencies and family violence NGOs work together to respond to family violence incidents in the Integrated Safety Response pilot.
The survey examines how restorative justice is working for victims.
The publication showcases initiatives underway by the Ministry of Justice.
The Bill follows the family violence reforms announced in September 2016.
Results show the Justice Sector’s progress against its measures.
Parents or caregivers will not have to meet when handing over child under parenting arrangements.
$257 million has been redistributed to 60 initiatives since 2012.
An amendment ensures that all offenders intended to be on the register are listed.
The independent body is a national collective for survivors of violence against women.
Additional $680,000 funding for the Christchurch Integrated Safety Response pilot.
The $503 million package includes additional police and resources
VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai will begin operating as a new NGO in April 2017.
Feedback is invited on the Family Violence, Sexual Violence and Violence within Whānau Workforce Capability Framework.
The Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Oranga Tamariki) Legislation Bill has passed its first reading in Parliament.
Canterbury Men's Centre have published Mind the Gap: What those in the field say about male victims of family violence.