The New Zealand Defence Force has announced a group of expert external advisors to help it deliver its Operation RESPECT Action Plan.
Victims of sexual violence will benefit from additional funding for new and existing sexual violence services.
New research from Superu about what works in community-level initiatives and how government can best support communities.
The Law Commission has delivered its report on the issue of self-defence in relation to family violence victims who commit homicide.
New Zealand's first bullying prevention week will be held from 16-20 May 2016.
Justice Minister Amy Adams says applying the Social Investment Approach to justice will boost crime prevention and reduce harm.
New Zealand's first court dog has had a warm welcome from Justice Minister Amy Adams at the Tauranga Court house.
A pilot to support judges to make better informed family violence bail decisions expands to Wellington, Wairarapa and Northland.
Chief Victims Advisor Kim McGregor welcomes the announcement of a multi-agency family violence pilot in Christchurch.
Justice Minister Amy Adams has announced the launch of a family violence Integrated Safety Response pilot in Christchurch.
Recent reoffending data shows restorative justice is proving effective in reducing crime.
The Government has agreed to major state care reforms and a complete overhaul of Child, Youth and Family.
The Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence has delivered its landmark report to the Victorian Government.
The Government has responded to the Social Services Select Committee report on funding of sexual violence services.
Our new video tells victims how they can expect to be treated and what happens during the criminal justice process.
Justice Minister Amy Adams has announced new Better Public Service (BPS) measures to track family violence and reoffending.
Social Development Minister Anne Tolley says that more services will soon be required to adopt child protection policies.
Shine and Presbyterian Support Northern have announced that Shine will merge with PSN on 1 July 2016.
The Ministry of Justice has released a summary of submissions received as part of its review of family violence laws.
The Family Violence Death Review Committee says agencies need to take the onus off victims to keep themselves safe.