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Professor Kerry Carrington (QUT Centre for Justice) discussing domestic violence following the murder of Hannah Clarke and her children:

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Interview ABC RN Breakfast (16 October 2019): Kerry Carrington discusses how women’s police stations respond to and prevent domestic violence
Entravista en Español/Interview in Spanish
Queensland’s first female Police Commissioner will be asked to consider one of the boldest ideas yet to stop domestic violence: separate police stations for women and their families. Overseas they’ve cut the death rate in half.
Police stations for women and families in Argentina are a practical and successful response to the United Nations’ sustainable development goal to eliminate violence against women, QUT Professor Kerry Carrington told the UN 63rd Commission on the Status of Women NGO sessions in New York.
The video of Professor Kerry Carrington’s presentation to the United Nations 63 Commission on the Status of Women NGO sessions (21 March 2019)
ABC Radio National – Law Report. Professor Kerry Carrington explains why women’s only police stations could be a solution to tackling family violence in Australia