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Today marks 10 years since Jennifer Franco was struck by a vehicle in the early hours of the morning on Tuesday, 20 February 2007 on Gwawley Parade, Miranda.

After being dragged under the vehicle for a distance, Ms Franco sustained critical injuries. The driver of the offending vehicle did not stop to render aid to Ms Franco and did not identify themselves to police.

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While slavery is often recognised as an institution confined to history, bonded labour and trafficking continues to affect millions globally.

Around the world men, women and children are trafficked for a wide range of exploitative purposes, such as:

* Servitude
* Slavery
* Forced labour
* Debt Bondage
* Forced marriage
* Organ harvesting
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02/16/2017 at 03:34. Facebook
One of the biggest home security mistakes that people make is failing to secure all entry points whenever they leave the house.

So even if you're just popping out for 10 minutes make sure you lock your front, back, side and garage doors, windows and gates.

For more tips check out this home security basics blog: [ Link ]

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02/15/2017 at 20:50. Facebook
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02/15/2017 at 03:20. Facebook
"SEXTING” – Implications for young people

What is ‘sexting’?
* Taking naked or partly naked photos or videos of yourself (posing in a sexual way) and sharing the photos or videos with others online or through your mobile phones; and
* Receiving, forwarding or posting these photos or videos online or through mobile phones.

Sexting can be a crime, depending on the age of the people sexting...
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02/14/2017 at 04:10. Facebook

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It has been 9 years since Bernd Lehmann, 66, was found dead at his home in Alt Street, Ashfield on Thursday, 14 February 2008.

Police are interested in information on how Mr Lehman was intending to make his way to Sydney Airport to board a flight on the afternoon of Tuesday, 12th February, 2008.

Mr Lehmann had been violently attacked and sustained severe head wounds. The...
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It's been 24 years today since popular touch football referee Wayne Crossingham, 34, was stabbed to death in the stairwell of his Liverpool apartment block on 10th February 1993.

A $100,000 reward remains in place to help solve the case.

Detectives believe he was attacked after walking home from a touch football game he had refereed at Woodward Park, Liverpool, on the...
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Just because you rent doesn't mean that you can't have adequate security in your home. Here are some security tips for renters that won’t get you in trouble with your landlord: [ Link ]

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ANYONE can be a victim of stalking. People who engage in stalking behaviour can be a former intimate partner, acquaintance, stranger, relative, spouse etc.

You may be a victim of stalking if someone is:
• Repeatedly following or spying on you
• Repeatedly calling your home and/or work
• Repeatedly sending you unwanted emails, letters, faxes, text messages, etc.
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Wow! If you know something... say something. This is just downright dangerous.
If you receive threatening letters/phone calls/social media contact – what should you do?

* Limit the amount of contact you have with the letter
* Do not show it to other people and let them touch it
* Keep the envelope
* Place the letter into a paper bag with the envelope
* Contact Police

Phone calls
* Record the date and time you received the call
* Record a description of the...
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There is a Police Facebook page for every NSW area.

Eyewatch is an initiative to keep you informed of what is happening in your community.

Follow the link below to connect with your NSW Police Local Area Command.

[ Link ]

Eyewatch - your link to local police - NSW Police Online
David’s story…

In 2013, David, a 38 year old motorcyclist, was killed when a car turned into his path. A video camera fitted to David’s helmet captured his last journey.

All road users have a part to play in aiming to acheive a zero road toll. Safety is a shared responisibility and we all need to be more aware and avoid risks.

WARNING: This video contains footage of the collision which...
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(FULL VERSION) Mother releases helmet cam footage of fatal bike accident for safety
Dating Abuse...

Teens and young adults can experience the same types of abuse as adults in relationships, including:

• Physical Abuse: Any intentional use of physical force with the intent to cause fear or injury like hitting, shoving, biting, strangling, kicking or using a weapon.
• Verbal or Emotional Abuse: Non-physical behaviours such as threats, insults, constant monitoring,...
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Worried about your bike being stolen?

To help you protect your bike from theft here are some bicycle security tips: [ Link ]

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