our main purpose

Our Main Purpose

  • To be the Defender of truth, justice & fairness:
  • To be the Protector of the Innocent
  • To provide knowledge to educate Society of the danger of becoming a victim and, or how to best help any person that has become a victim of Family Abuse and or Sexual Violence
  • To educate society, government, government agencies, law-makers and the Judiciary that unfair laws be changed and untruths removed.
  • To coordinate community and government Reponses to Family Abuse and Sexual Violence
  • To demonstrate the facts and destroy myths and misconceptions about sexual assault
  • To Work closely with Government and government Agencies
  • To provide absolute security and strict confidence to persons seeking advice.
  • To help “silent” victims to become empowered because Silence is the friend of predators
  • To support victims, particularly woman and children to address impacts of violence on them
  • To assist, If asked by Innocent victims, to make perpetrators accountable and for them to obtain full redress for the crime or crimes through the Justice System
  • To continually evaluate and measure success of strategies, policies, programs and service introduced and to make changes to our main purpose to improve outcomes.

Our Main purpose is based on the following

  • Our main purpose  shown may vary from time to time
  • To defend Society from old fashioned and outdated laws and practice and work with lawmakers to modernise them
  • That individual citizens are protected by the law
  • To ensure Truth, Justice, Fairness is available to everyone with the prime focus on protecting Innocents
  • No one loses their innocence. It is either taken away from them or given freely. When we refer to Innocents we mean Victims who have their Innocence taken away
  • It is important for us to maintain absolute confidentiality of any person seeking assistance.
  • We do not judge people seeking our advice and rely on all to be truthful.
  • We do not provide legal and or commercial advice. Our role being to provide information for them to make their own choice.
  • We recognise that there is a difference between victims and survivors. Children being abused continuously, or Domestic Violence victims, or those held captive are still victims. So too are those suffering in silence. Survivors are victims that are seeking help or coping by using information readily available to them.
  • Victims of Family violence, rapists or paedophiles or other similar crimes usually do not know what to do. It is common for them to remain silent but when they do decide to disclose their information they often do not receive good advice. Many receive advice or responses that fail to identify the level of risk they face or the type of expert assistance they may require, or simply try to minimise their experience.
  • It is every person’s right to live their life free of criminal violence and when such violence occurs it is their right to receive compassionate, professional assistance in their recovery and full redress for the crime through the criminal justice system.
  • It is also their right to not seek legal retribution, however although a Victim doesn’t wish to prosecute the legal system may operate independently as a crime has been committed.
  • We recognise and note that the main factors why Victims do not report and remain silent are:
    • Negative reaction from police or other professionals leading to a belief that giving more information would be a waste of time
    • Negative Social pressures reinforces self-blame feelings
    • Negative reactions that make victims doubt whether their experiences were a crime.

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