Domestic and family violence

How do perpetrators use control as a form of domestic abuse? QLS Legal Policy Solicitor Natalie De Campo discusses the techniques coercive controllers use to seize power. Adapted from Jess Hill's powerful book, See What You Made Me Do.
A complex and delicate debate has begun between advocates, legal practitioners and criminologists. Should 'coercive control' be criminalised to protect victims of DFV?
Lexi Kehl
Throughout Queensland, solicitors regularly spend long-hours toiling away, volunteering their time free-of-charge to assist significantly under-funded community legal centres to provide fair and equal access to justice to the community’s most vulnerable people.
Tony Keim
The State Government has formed an alliance with software developers and a telecommunications giant to build a smartphone app to help stop domestic and family violence.
Tony Keim

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