"He's never hit me, if that's what you mean?" is a very common response when asking people if there's been family violence in their relationship. While physical abuse or assault can definitely constitute a family violence offence, there doesn't have to be any physical contact at all for family violence to have occurred. So, what does it all actually mean?
This webinar will look at how the law defines family violence, how to spot it if it's happening to you or someone you know, and where to go for help.