11 reports a week: Snapshot of domestic violence scourge in the shire

Murray Trembath
Updated July 15 2024 - 11:48am, first published July 10 2024 - 7:00am
In July 2024, NSW became the first state to make coercive control - one form of domestic violence - a criminal offence. Picture by Tracey Nearmy / AAP Photos
In July 2024, NSW became the first state to make coercive control - one form of domestic violence - a criminal offence. Picture by Tracey Nearmy / AAP Photos

An average of 11 domestic violence incidents are reported every week in Sutherland Shire, with Caringbah, Cronulla and Miranda having the highest numbers.

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Murray Trembath

Murray Trembath

Journalist

St George and Sutherland Shire Leader reporter covering politics, urban affairs, council, development and general community news. Email: mtrembath@theleader.com.au

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