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Police join community for Sydney White Ribbon Day walk

NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione will join the community to take an oath to help end violence against women at Sydney’s White Ribbon Day walk.

NSW Police officers will ‘swear’ against domestic and family violence and show solidarity to an international cause to end violence against women for White Ribbon Day on Friday 25 November 2016.

White Ribbon Day is the start of 16 Days of Activism – an international campaign calling for an end to violence against women, concluding on International Human Rights Day on Saturday 10 December 2016.

Local Area Commands (LACs) across the state will also join forces with local councils, educational institutions, government and non-government agencies and the wider community to show their support for White Ribbon Day.

NSW Police, in conjunction with Randwick City Council, will host Sydney’s White Ribbon Day walk:

WHO: Commissioner Andrew Scipione will be joined by members of the NSW Police, Randwick City Council, and wider Sydney community.
WHEN: 7am FRIDAY 25 November 2016
WHERE: High Cross Park
Cuthill Street
RANDWICK 2031
NB: The walk will then proceed down Coogee Bay Road to Grant Reserve where it will conclude with formal speeches and a community barbeque.

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