Connect Smart have published their third report researching the incidence of cybercrime in New Zealand.
ACC has developed the Making a Difference: Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Toolkit to evaluate sexual violence prevention practice.
A bill introducing safeguards for children and victims of sexual violence giving evidence has passed its third reading in Parliament.
A number of proposed legislative changes focus on intervening earlier to prevent further violence.
The Child Protection (Child Sex Offender Government Agency Registration) Bill has passed its third reading in Parliament.
Dwelling burglaries have been raised to a priority offence in response to an increase in burglary rates over the past year.
Early identification, support and safety planning will reduce harm for those at risk of family violence.
Emergency housing will be provided in Christchurch and Waikato, where the Integrated Safety Response pilot is being trialled.
The Integrated Safety Response pilot will start in Waikato in October.
A child-friendly room has been created for witnesses giving evidence by video-conference.
Feedback on a new Risk Assessment and Management Framework can be provided in writing or by attending a workshop.
Judges will be able to appear via video-conference for procedural events in Northland and Southland/Central Otago courts.
The National Home Safety Service is improving home security for victims of family violence.
The scheme is being used to provide concerned partners or friends information on a partner’s violence history.
A pilot providing integrated responses to family violence has launched in Christchurch.
An increase in funding will support restorative justice providers to meet demand for their services.
A bill to introduce safeguards for children and victims of sexual violence giving evidence has passed its second reading in Parliament.
Latest crime statistics released by Statistics New Zealand support focus on preventing and investigating burglaries.
NetSafe has been appointed as the approved agency under the Harmful Digital Communications Act to help people deal with cyberbullying.
A bill to establish New Zealand's first child sex offender register has passed its second reading in Parliament.