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Act proven but not criminally responsible - Easy Read Act proven but not criminally responsible - Easy Read

This A4 size easy read resource explains what happens after court if court says you committed a serious crime but you are not criminally responsible because of your mental illness or cognitive impairment. The Mental Health Advocacy Service can help.

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Charmed and Dangerous EE Charmed and Dangerous EE

This Easy Read resource outlines the cycle of abuse in domestic and family violence and how to break free of controlling, abusive or violent relationships.

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Child Protection Register - Easy Read Child Protection Register - Easy Read

This Easy Read booklet explains the Child Protection Register and Child Protection Prohibition Orders.

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Domestic Violence: Help at Court  - Easy English Domestic Violence: Help at Court - Easy English

The use of easy english (simplified language) in this brochure makes it suitable for people with low literacy or where english is not their first language. This brochure explains what domestic violence is and how the Women and Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Services can help you obtain an AVO.

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How can Legal Aid NSW help me? (Easy English) How can Legal Aid NSW help me? (Easy English)

Legal Aid NSW provides free legal advice and in some cases legal aid. This Easy English brochure outlines the type of help available and range of services. Easy English is for anyone who has difficulty reading english, including people with low literacy levels, intellectual disabilities or whose first language is not English. It is based on our brochure 'How Legal Aid can Help you'.

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Police Powers - Book 1: Questions - Easy Read Police Powers - Book 1: Questions - Easy Read

There are 4 books in the Easy English Police Powers series. Book 1: Questions is about your rights when the police want to ask you questions

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Police Powers - Book 2: Searches - Easy Read Police Powers - Book 2: Searches - Easy Read

There are 4 books in the Easy English Police Powers series. Book 2: Searches is about your rights when the police want to search you

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Police Powers - Book 3: Arrest on the street - Easy Read Police Powers - Book 3: Arrest on the street - Easy Read

There are 4 books in the Easy English Police Powers series. Book 3: Arrest on the street is about your rights if you are arrested on the street.

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Police Powers - Book 4: Arrest at the Police Station - Easy Read Police Powers - Book 4: Arrest at the Police Station - Easy Read

There are 4 books in the Easy English Police Powers series available from Legal Aid NSW. Book 4 Arrest at the Police Station is about your rights if you are arrested and interviewed at a police station

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What is a limiting term? - Easy Read What is a limiting term? - Easy Read

This A4 booklet explains what your options are if you have committed a serious crime and you have a cognitive impairment or mental illness. The Mental Health Advocacy Service can help.

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What is a Section 14? - Easy Read What is a Section 14? - Easy Read

This Easy Read resource explains what to do if you have a cognitive disability and the police have charged you with a crime.

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