Resources

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Resources

NQDVRS has a reference library available for use within the service itself. Practitioners can borrow from the library.. The library consists of books, videos, DVD’s, reports, training manuals and miscellaneous items which include cards, tapes and games.

Most library items are specifically about domestic violence but some other topics are included. These are sexual violence, children, self-esteem, teenagers and cultural diversity.  

Please contact us for more details 4721 2888

Brochures 

Our service aims to provide brochures which assist and inform people about all aspects of domestic violence. Our brochures are available for download.

Power Wheels

Power wheels that explain what happens in a violent relationship and what represents equality in a relationship are available for download.

Power Wheels

Power wheels that explain what happens in a violent relationship and what represents equality in a relationship are available for download.

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Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 – A guide for service providers

The Queensland Centre for Domestic Violence and Family Research (CDFVR) have produced a mobile app “Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 – A guide for service providers” which is now available for download here. The app, launched on Friday 23rd November by Queensland’s Chief Magistrate, His Honour Judge Brendan Butler AM SC was produced by CDFVR in partnership with the Queensland Government and a community based reference group.

Comments from those who trialled the app include:

“I found the app to be very handy; I was able to get the answers I needed without having to call back into the office. As this is a new Act having the app to double check on information was invaluable time saving. I was able to check or search information efficiently, which was beneficial for my client. My overall experience using this app was positive and enjoyable.”

“I am very impressed with the ease of use and the ability to access information quickly and then expand on that information via the use of hyperlinks … it’s a wonderful tool that would also be a handy asset for general duties police to clarify legislation whilst at incidents where they do not have access to computers but always have their phones.”