Bankstown, Sydney 5 October 2023. The case of Troy Safranko, a Sydney man who allegedly took the life of his own mother within a day of being released on bail, raises serious concerns. Justice Support Centre urgently calls on legislators to reconsider bail laws to ensure both the safety of victims of domestic and family violence and that perpetrators with mental health concerns are given the support they need.
South West Sydney Legal Centre has today recommended a series of reforms to the NSW Victims Support Scheme, saying the Scheme remains invaluable to the recovery of victim-survivors of domestic and family violence.
South West Sydney Legal Centre is joining the call from across the domestic and family violence sector for increased consultation on the possible criminalisation of coercive control in New South Wales.
President of our Board, Naushee Rahman, received the Order of Liverpool on Monday for her contributions to community, after years of volunteering at local community organisations.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands, skies and waterways in which we live and work, the Gadigal, Cabrogal, Darug and Eora people. We pay our respects to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients, partners and community leaders.
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