Resources about sex and the law

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Resources about sex and the law

The resources below will help you understand:

  • what is sexual assault
  • what to do to prevent it
  • how to get a family violence intervention order.

Our resources

To see a list of all our free resources go to our catalogue.

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Resources from other organisations

Victims of Crime

The Victims Support Agency gives practical assistance to help victims recover from the effects of crime through the Victims of Crime website and helpline. This includes people who have experienced sexual assult.

They also have information about other services that can help and a list of publications and fact sheets to support victims of crime.

Centres Against Sexual Assault

Victorian CASA Forum’s fact sheets help people who have been sexual assault and abused as children.

Magistrates' Court

The Magistrates' Court has virtual tour of the courtroom and a video of what happens when you go to court for an intervention order hearing.

Family Planning Victoria

Family Planning Victoria have fact sheets on contraception and how to look after your sexual health.


The Youthlaw website provides information about sexting, such as when sending or posting an image becomes illegal.


WIRE's Sexual Assault information sheet explains what sexual assult is, what its impacts are, what the police can do, and where to get help.

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