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Domestic Violence Prevention

Domestic violence is any physically or mentally illegal acts of violence to family members. Domestic Violence Prevention Act purposes to protect such family members as the spouse or former spouse, persons with actual marital relationship currently and before, parents, relatives of a spouse, immediate family members, relatives by blood or by marriage, and persons currently or formerly within the 4th cousins in kinship. Of course, homosexuality and cohabitation are also covered by Domestic Violence Prevention Act. If any situation relating to domestic violence happened around you, please dial "110" or go to the local police station or call "113 Protection Hotline" for assistance.

  • Data update: 2023-07-25
  • Publish Date: 2015-02-10
  • Source: Social Affairs Bureau
  • Hit Count: 2233
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