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Yarrabilba Bulletin | 1 May2020

There Is Help Out There – Not Now Not Ever In Logan

You Can Report Domestic Violence Online.

The Queensland Police Service has launched an online tool to report domestic and family violence.

www.police.qld.gov.au/domestic-violence

The tool might be a safer way of making contact for people who need help.

If you can safely call the police, please continue to do so.

As always, call 000 if you or someone else is in immediate danger or if violence is happening right now.

Call Policelink on 131 444 if you are safe but need help.

Please provide clear details about what is happening, report if there are weapons involved and any other information that will assist with your safety and the officer’s safety.

Two smartphone apps are also available.

Download the Emergency 000 app from https://emergencyapp.triplezero.gov.au.

Download the Policelink app from www.police.qld.gov.au/units/policelink-131-444

Local support is available if you are experiencing domestic and family violence.

For contact details, head to the www.notinlogan.com.au website, select Find Help, then “I need to talk to someone I can trust”.