This pre-recorded webinar was originally presented as part of Specialist Accreditation Week 2020
WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT
Viewers are advised that this content contains graphic details that some may find distressing, including references to sexual offences, child exploitation offences/material/abuse and violence . Please use your discretion before proceeding. If you have experienced sexual assault, domestic or family violence and require assistance, please contact 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732) to speak with a counsellor from the National Sexual Assault and Domestic Family Violence Counselling Service.
If you are in distress, the Solicitor Outreach Service (1800 592 296) and Lifeline (13 11 14) offer 24/7 counselling support. If you are concerned for your safety or that of someone else, please contact the Police or call 000 for emergency assistance.
In this session, barrister Will Tuckey will examine nuances of sexual assault offences. Topics covered will include the application of ss 32 and 33 in relation to mental illness, sentencing factors including in the case of historical offences, risk assessments, child protection prohibition orders and high risk offenders, and available treatments for clients both in custody and in the community.
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|Recorded on 23 November 2020|
|Will Tuckey, Barrister, 11th Floor Garfield Barwick Chambers|
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