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Domestic violence specialists to be embedded in Queensland police stations

Five south-east Queensland police stations will have extra domestic violence workers after a rise in domestic violence calls to police during the pandemic.

The Minister for Child Safety, Youth and Women, and for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence, Di Farmer, said this was part of more than $540,000 of funding to…

  • Jocelyn Garcia
  • Brisbane Times

“It will greatly increase specialist capacity at these stations to respond to Queenslanders living with violence at home,” she said.

“An additional $75,000 will go towards two police stations on the Gold Coast to embed workers for people experiencing domestic and…

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