All ACT public servants to be trained to identify domestic violence, frontline courses to intensify
from ABC News
All ACT public servants — including shop workers, office staff and bus drivers — will be trained in spotting domestic violence, including little-understood controlling and coercive behaviours, how to respond to victims and where to find them help. Frontline workers who come into regular contact with domestic violence victims, such as hospital social workers and midwives, will also receive more in-depth advanced training from mid-2019. It is an expansion the ACT Ambulance Service said could save lives.
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