A new helpline supporting people affected by sexual harm called Safe to talk is now available nationwide.
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.
New Zealand's bullying prevention week took place from 22-26 May 2017.
Budget 2017 included $46.9 million to reduce burglary and youth offending.
Budget 2017 announced $37.2 million to reduce the harm caused by family violence.
The national helpline will provide 24/7 advice and support for people affected by sexual violence.
The Government has announced a new Better Public Services target for reducing serious crime.
The videos aim to help people know what to expect when reporting sexual assault and to debunk myths around sexual assault.
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.