How to respond to, and how to get help for, family violence (also known as domestic violence). Includes an introduction to Police Safety Orders and Protection Orders.
This page explains what happens when a Police Safety Order is issued and what happens if it is breached. It includes contacts for advice and support for family violence.
Explains how to get a Protection Order and how it will help you stand up to family violence. Also outlines what the Order means for the person it is taken out against (the respondent).
This page explains how potential victims of family violence, or concerned relatives or friends, can request information relating to the violence history of a new
Police have developed and adapted a number of resources to share with government agencies; NGOs and any group or individual with an interest in addressing family harm.… More
As part of Budget 2020, Police and Oranga Tamariki secured specific funding for Children’s Services.
The Police portion of this funding is enabling children, tamariki and rangatahi to receive servi… More