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Bid to protect domestic victims with livestock

With Sophie Clarke on 2GB
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A domestic and family violence body is calling for reforms to current laws, to better protect victims with pets and livestock.

Women’s Safety New South Wales wants “harm to animals” to be a ground for seeking an apprehended violence order.

Rural reporter Sophie Clarke caught up with Chief executive Hayley Foster to hear how prevalent the issue is.

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For media, policy practice and law reform enquiries, please contact Hayley Foster on 0474 779 847 or at [email protected]

For general enquiries or to request a speaking engagement, please contact Sharon Butt at [email protected] or on 0455 551 978. 

PO Box K278, Haymarket NSW 1240

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