Brodie’s Law – The Anti-Bullying Law
Brodie’s Law makes serious bullying a criminal offence by extending the application of the stalking provisions in the Crimes Act 1958 to include behaviour that involves serious bullying.
The offence of stalking, and therefore conduct that amounts to serious bullying, carries a maximum penalty of 10 years imprisonment.
The Department of Justice and Brodie’s Law Foundation launched the ‘Take a Stand Against Bullying’ campaign.
The 'Take a Stand' Campaign is on the road around Australia. View some of the places Brodie's law has been.
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