Police on hand to answer Domestic and Family Violence questions

As part of Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month the Queensland Police Service along with our local Domestic and Family Violence prevention services will be out in the community to answer question about the issue.

Join officers at Westfield Chermside on Wednesday May 17 from 9am to 5pm outside kmart.

Anyone is welcome to attend! You may be experiencing domestic and family violence issues or know someone who is, then come along and have a chat.

Living free from violence is everyone’s right and reducing violence is everyone’s responsibility.

Phone Triple Zero (000) if:

  • a crime is happening now
  • a life is threatened.

When there is no immediate emergency, you can report domestic and family violence to police by phoning Policelink:

  • Policelink (non-urgent police assistance), phone 131 444
  • Phone DVConnect on 1800 811 811 if you are escaping domestic and family violence and need a place of safety.

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