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18 November

18 November

Central Coast NSW


Central Coast Council is once again working with the NSW Police Force, the Tuggerah Lakes and Brisbane Waters Liquor Accords, Central Coast Domestic Violence Committee and high-profile authors to start important conversations about domestic abuse. The Central Coast has the second-highest number of domestic violence assaults in NSW and the impact of COVID-19 has made seeking help more difficult. Our region is also overrepresented in breaches of apprehended violence orders.

Council Director Community and Recreation Services, Julie Vaughan said it is more important than ever for all community members to play a role in ending violence against women. We can all play a part by becoming active bystanders who say no to abuse and report abuse if we see it or hear it. For more details: www.centralcoastaustralia.com.au/news/working-together-to-end-domestic-abuse/ Central Coast Council is once again working with the NSW Police Force, the Tuggerah Lakes and Brisbane Waters Liquor Accords, Central Coast Domestic Violence Committee and high-profile authors to start important conversations about domestic abuse.

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