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RE-ENGINEERING: CRIME PREVENTION FOCUS FOR REGION ENFORCEMENT SQUAD IN BARWON

24 October 2017

Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries has announced that community safety will soon benefit from the rollout of a new specialist police team, targeting mid-level crime in the Western Region.

Minister for Police Troy Grant today joined NSW Police Commissioner Michael Fuller and Deputy Commissioner for Regional Field Operations Gary Worboys at the Dubbo Police Station to announce the second Region Enforcement Squad in country NSW.

SHAPING A BETTER CHILD PROTECTION SYSTEM

23 October 2017

Member for Barwon, Kevin Humphries has today welcomed the release of a discussion paper – Shaping a Better Child Protection System – that examines how adoptions and Children’s Court proceedings could be streamlined to ensure more children are quickly given permanency and a safe and loving home for life. 

In the paper, the Government outlines proposed amendments to the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998 (NSW) and the Adoption Act 2000 (NSW).

RURAL CRIME WEEK KICKS OFF WITH TOUGH NEW REFORMS TARGETING OFFENDERS

23 October 2017

The second annual NSW Rural Crime Week officially commenced today just days after the Liberals & Nationals Government introduced a Bill to strengthen legislation regarding stock theft, trespass and illegal hunting.

Member for Barwon, Kevin Humphries said farmers and property owners in the region can be assured the Government is working closely with the NSW Police Force to stamp out rural crime.

“I welcome the NSW Police Force’s proposal to introduce rural crime prevention teams to bolster and improve its response to rural crime in our region.

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THUMBS UP
I congratulate all Barwon communities who are getting involved in the ‘Love Where We Live’ campaign by getting involved in Graffiti Removal Day 2017 on Sunday 29 October. Graffiti vandalism costs the NSW Government, councils, local businesses and households over $300 million each year. People who volunteer on the day at their local site will be supplied with free cleaning material, paint, safety equipment and training on how to safely remove graffiti. For more information, or to register and suggest a clean-up site, go to www.graffitiremovalday.org.au

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