NSW Police recognised as 'White Ribbon Workplace' to help stop violence against women

Tuesday, 28 March 2017 02:52:25 AM

NSW Police will address the media this morning regarding the ‘White Ribbon Workplace’ program; a comprehensive accreditation process it’s undertaken that aims to help stop violence against women.

The internationally recognised program – which requires organisations be assessed against 15 criteria – has seen 106 Australian employers achieve accreditation to therefore communicate with more than 600,000 Australians via their workplace.

Criteria include effective leadership, resource allocation, communication, human resources policy development, and training programs that foster a safer and more respectful workplace.

WHEN: 10.30am TODAY (Tuesday 28 March 2017)

WHERE: Outside Sydney Police Centre

151-241 Goulburn Street


WHO: Detective Superintendent Chris Craner

Port Stephens Local Area Commander

Northern Region Domestic and Family Violence Sponsor

Professor Nicholas Cowdery AM QC

Chairman, White Ribbon Australia