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Discussion paper: implementation considerations should coercive control be criminalised in South Australia

Coercive control Criminal law Family violence South Australia

The Attorney-General's Department has released this discussion paper exploring the measures needed to support the implementation of a criminal offence of coercive control, should it be introduced in South Australia.

Coercive control is not currently a stand-alone offence in South Australia. This discussion paper explores what implementation processes would be needed, should there be a move to criminalise coercive control in the future.

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