Latest Department of Communities and Justice News

Common sense consent reforms closer to becoming NSW law
Landmark investment to help more women and children fleeing domestic violence
Breaking bread for all in Bankstown
Fraud sentences under review
Keeping seniors connected as COVID restrictions lift
Support for NSW Women’s Week events
Carers NSW Celebrates National Carers Week 2021
Secretary of department of premier and cabinet
Art therapy course available for young people this Mental Health Month
NSW Seniors in spotlight on Awareness Day
Record $95 million boost to legal help sector
Funding boost for disability advocacy services
NSW Government invests in women’s future
More early intervention support for families
Making NSW safer for our children
More support for domestic violence victims to end tenancies
Children’s Court Support Scheme Turns 25
New information and privacy committee appointed
Caring for 66,455 revellers at risk delivers $7.5m harm-reduction benefit for Sydney
NSW councils throw support behind International Day of People with Disability
Hot deals keep seniors cool for Christmas
New justice fund gives voice to legal chatbot
Prepare early for bushfire and storm seasons
Speakers announced: Join global celebration
Correctional Officers Remembrance Day
Hospitals to conduct domestic violence screening
$12 Million boost to domestic violence services
Jobs and justice at Albury courthouse
Secure Homes for Domestic Violence Survivors
Wagga Wagga family clocks off after 58 years
Inmate paintings to raise money for children in need
Domestic violence reforms pass Parliament 19 November
Domestic violence defendants to be banned from cross-examining complainants in court
Building and tech to aid recovery and justice
Improving outcomes for most vulnerable
In-person family visits to resume at NSW prisons
How to feel safe and secure in foster care
Nation-leading program tackling extremism
Establishing Walama Court must not be ignored in NSW budget or justice system
Major Minto housing project reaches top
Poppies at dawn to recognise our fallen on Remembrance Day
Recognising pregnancies lost to criminal acts
NSW Government launches landmark suicide monitoring system
Schools get crafty for Remembrance Day
A safe and stable home for women and children escaping domestic violence
Grants to unlock opportunities for people with disability
New courtroom to meet Dubbo’s demand for justice
Wallaby Jirri bounces back thanks to Central Coast parole officers