Sergeant Steve Quinn (Qld Police), Inspector Greg Baade (Qld Police), Aboriginal Community Liaison Officer Beck Couch, Domestic violence liaison officer Keryn Chisholm, Domestic violence liaison officer Jacqui Moroney and Tweed-Byron LAC crime manager Detective Inspector Brendon Cullen. Photo: John Gass / Tweed Daily News
Sergeant Steve Quinn (Qld Police), Inspector Greg Baade (Qld Police), Aboriginal Community Liaison Officer Beck Couch, Domestic violence liaison officer Keryn Chisholm, Domestic violence liaison officer Jacqui Moroney and Tweed-Byron LAC crime manager Detective Inspector Brendon Cullen. Photo: John Gass / Tweed Daily News John Gass

Community rallies together to say no to violence

POLICE and community members will band together in Tweed Heads on Friday night to say no to violence. 

The Families Against Violence Community Event 2014 will focus stamping out domestic violence in Tweed and Southeast Queensland. 

Tweed-Byron LAC crime manager Detective Inspector Brendon Cullen said the event was largely about encouraging victims and community members to report domestic violence, and "break the cycle". 

Event details 

- The Families Against Violence Community Event 2014

- Jack Evans Boat Harbour 

- Friday December 12, 5.30pm for 6pm start

- All are welcome to listen to guest speakers and Indigenous performers 

- The "Sistas against violence" lantern parade will take place at 8.30pm (NSW)



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