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111 Files in Domestic violence

October 31, 2013 at 10:39 AM

Here is a snippet of police work in Rotorua which points to the high rate of domestic and family violence callouts they receive.

50 family violence every week in Rotorua is a huge number! Its ripple effects are often invisible and deeply scarring to members and also wider community.

This also relates to the ODARA story in this issue. It certainly reminds us of the critical role we each have to share and spread the good work and good messages in the White Ribbon Campaign.

Waitakere is featuring high in the statistics so we encourage all who reads this to join us in the White Ribbon Day MArch on Monday 25 November 2013, at 1 pm.

You can read the full news story here.

Category: White Ribbon Day