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Domestic violence training for community and religious leaders
Last published on 20 Sep 2020 in Media Releases
Community and religious leaders will be empowered to respond to domestic and family violence through a new training program to begin next month.
New birth certificate gives adopted people choice
Last published on 18 Sep 2020 in Media Releases
For the first time in NSW history adopted people will now have the option to have both their birth and adopted families included on a birth certificate.
Updated requirements for authorised signatories of DCJ legal documents
We've recently updated our requirements for authorised signatories of DCJ legal documents.
Annual accountability information webinar Q&A now available
We’ve published answers to the many questions asked at the annual accountability information webinar for service providers on 1 August.
New pricing, procuring and contracting human services policy
We’ve recently published the pricing, procuring and contracting human services policy, which outlines how DCJ engages service providers to deliver human services.
Backing women to stand for their community
Ten inspirational former and current female councillors are spearheading a new promotional campaign to encourage more women to stand for their community at the next local government elections.
Brush Farm corrections academy celebrates 30 years
The Brush Farm Corrective Services Academy, which provides training and education to the state’s prison and parole officers, is celebrating 30 years.
New program aims to help rural women reset
A new series of free online events will provide women across regional NSW with advice to help them support their communities through challenging times.
Reform to protect counsellors and support victims
Counsellors as well as friends or family of adults who disclose sexual and domestic violence will no longer face prosecution for respecting a victim’s wishes on whether to report the crime, under an amendment to [...]
COVID-19: video tech signing of legal forms to continue
Last published on 15 Sep 2020 in Media Releases
The witnessing of important legal documents such as wills, powers of attorney and statutory declarations over video conference will continue under a new to be introduced into NSW Parliament.