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AISP Non-Lethal Strangulation Legislation Australia Download the resource
On the Edge of Homicide: Strangulation as a Prelude Download the resource
Non-fatal strangulation is an important risk factor for homicide of women Download the resource
Each week, Australian women face the threat of abuse, murder and domestic violence. Queensland mum fears her neck arteries could ‘collapse’ at any moment months after being strangled. An Aussie mum lives in fear the arteries in her neck could “collapse” at any moment. It’s the brutal side effect to a horror attack. Ben Graham@bengrahamjourno news.com.au JULY 26, 2019 10:31PM A mother from Queensland said she wakes up choking with the constant fear the arteries in her neck will “collapse on themselves” after she was strangled by her partner 18 months ago. Sue* shared a horrific account of the domestic violence [...]
Domestic violence laws passed in Queensland to make non-fatal strangulation a separate offence By Gail Burke Updated 20 Apr 2016, 11:01am Laws have been passed that make non-fatal strangulation and suffocation a new, separate offence in Queensland in a bipartisan move to reduce domestic violence. State Parliament last night passed the changes, which could see offenders jailed for seven years. A woman's first-hand account of her husband's attempt to kill her. "The new offence reflects that this sort of violence is not only inherently dangerous, but is predictive of an escalation in domestic violence offending, including homicide," Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath said. "The [...]