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WA sex offender website to go live

Date: 15 Oct 2012, Filed under: Indecent and Sexual Assault, Sexual Offences, Apprehended Violence Orders, Witnesses and Victims, Criminal Law Matters

Police Minister Liza Harvey has announced that State Government's public sex offender register is set to go live.

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Family Violence Lawyers Melbourne – Victoria

Date: 14 Nov 2017, Filed under: Apprehended Violence Orders, Criminal Law

Recently the Sentencing Advisory Council (SAC) has advised the judiciary to take a tougher approach in respect of family violence, especially with breaches...

The Domestic Violence Register

Date: 10 May 2017, Filed under: Apprehended Violence Orders, Criminal Law

In 2015, New South Wales introduced the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme, the first domestic violence register to be piloted in Australia. The scheme...

Male Apprehended Domestic Violence orders criminal lawyers

Date: 14 Jun 2016, Filed under: Apprehended Violence Orders, Criminal Law

Research from the 2012 ABS Personal Safety Survey and Australian Institute of Criminology found that between one in three and one in four men are victims...


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