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In this section you'll find more information about things you can do to improve your safety after being sexually assaulted. No matter when the sexual assault happened, your safety is vital.
If you are in immediate danger, contact the police on phone number:
A handy online resource about safety is available on the
Eastern and Central Sexual Assault Service website.
There are ways you can be legally protected from the offender.
If the person who assaulted you can be identified by you or the police then:
When considering your situation, think about the following:
If an offender is found guilty and has been sentenced, and you are in fear of the offender or would like to get certain limited information about them or their release, you may be eligible to be listed on a
The registers are confidential.
Corrective Services NSW has responsibility for people who have been convicted of an offence and are in custody or are being supervised in the community. Phone:
(02) 8346 1374
Forensic Division of the Mental Health Review Tribunal has responsibility for maintaining a register for victims of forensic patients. Phone:
(02) 9816 5955
Juvenile Justice has responsibility for young people who have been convicted of an offence and are in custody. Phone:
(02) 9219 9400
There are a number of agencies you can contact to discuss issues relating feeling safe :