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Think you know what your children are up to online?
It is important parents and carers remain aware of potential challenges, and equip themselves with the tools needed to protect their children from online child sexual exploitation.
Education is critical for prevention and keeping children safe online.
Visit https://www.thinkuknow.org.au/for-parents-and-carers for tips on how to work with your kids to keep them safe.




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A child reported missing from the state’s Central West has been located. Offic…

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A child reported missing from the state’s Central West has been located.

Officers from Orana Western Police District were notified on Tuesday (11 August 2020), when a 21-year-old woman and two-year-old boy could not be located or contacted.

Following inquiries, they have since located the boy, today (Wednesday 12 August 2020) safe and well. Police are still making inquiries to the whereabouts of the woman.

Police would like to thank the media and community for their assistance.



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Missing man Malcolm Bohmeyer

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He left his home on Cranbourne Road to go for a bike ride about 1.30pm. Malcolm usually rides his blue mountain bike near the Cranbourne Road – Peninsula Link bike path.

Police and family hold concerns for his welfare due to a medical condition and that he’s recently been feeling unwell. He was wearing a blue helmet, black long sleeve tee shirt and grey track pants.

📞 Carrum Downs Police Station (03) 8770 4100

Missing man Malcolm Bohmeyer

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing Langwarrin man Malcolm Bohmeyer.Malcolm left his home…


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Timeline points to Australian Defence Force offer of quarantine help – The Age

ADF top brass repeatedly made it clear that help was available to all states, but Victoria chose not to accept.

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In the early days of the quarantine regime, Defence COVID-19 taskforce head Major-General Paul Kenny briefed state and territory police chiefs on how troops had been deployed to manage the regime in Queensland and NSW.
Regular situational reports provided by Defence’s liaison team working inside Victorias State Emergency Centre show that over the next two months the force’s standing offer to help was met with no Victorian request for assistance on hotel quarantine.
The communications show that…

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