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Dominic Perrottet launches Right to Ask trial in NSW for women to check partner’s DV history


Women will now be able to check if their partner has been convicted of domestic violence under new trial

  • People in NSW can to apply for information about their partner’s past
  • Right To Ask scheme is the first of its kind in Australia since 2016
  • Aims at save lives and prevent them from becoming victims of abuse

Women can now check to see if their new partner has a past of domestic violence through a new government trial aimed at saving lives.

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet will launch the Right To Ask initiative on Monday aimed at keeping women safe and give them the power to make an informed decision when entering new relationships.

People will be able to apply for information about their partner’s past via a hotline or website, including previous…



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