Tasmanian sexual assault support service says reports to police by people with a disability often fail to reach court

Matt Maloney
Updated July 7 2021 - 7:40am, first published 3:30am
Jill Maxwell
Jill Maxwell

A state sexual abuse support service says reports to police of sexual violence against Tasmanians with a disability are often not prosecuted in court.

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Matt Maloney

Political reporter for Australian Community Media, based in Hobart.

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