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Case studies shared by tenant advocates from a community legal centre are availble on the Safe Tenancy WA page.
The eSafety Commissioner offers training for frontline workers on technology-facilitated abuse.
Past training sessions video:
A list of support services is available from Department of Communities.
The Safe Tenancy WA video is available on Vimeo in the following translations:
National Domestic Violence Order Scheme - The National Domestic Violence Order Scheme aims to better protect victims and their families. Existing state and territory laws protecting victims and affected family members from domestic violence have not changed. Local police will enforce the conditions regardless of where the DVO was issued.
Restraining orders - applications for a Family Violence Restraining Order (FVRO) are made through the Magistrates Court. Legal Aid's Interim Family Violence Restraining Order guide provides comprehensive information about obtaining a FVRO.
Changes to the application process for restraining orders mean that victims of family and domestic violence can now apply online.
Family Violence Restraining Orders explained by Legal Aid WA
Full copies of the legislation are available from: