Aug 052015
 August 5, 2015  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Claire Trevett reports:

Justice Minister Amy Adams says privacy laws significantly hamper the ability to detect and deal with domestic violence because government officials and those working with children and families are often over-cautious when it comes to sharing information.

Ms Adams will today release a discussion document with proposals to tackle domestic violence which is understood to contain more provisions for sharing information between the courts, police and the agencies and community organisations which deal with families.

Read more on New Zealand Herald.

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