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Unplanned Pregnancy

  Deciding to have sex is an important decision that has real life consequences.  Ideally, it is highly recommended to talk to a health professional to ensure you are fully aware of the risks of having sex, especially unprotected. If however you do fall pregnant as a...

Prank calls

A ‘prank call’, also referred to, as a crank call or nuisance call is a form of practical joke made over the telephone. This can include threatening another over the phone or hanging up the phone once the receiver has answered. Repeated prank calls can amount to...

Graffiti

‘Graffiti’ is when you damage the appearance of a property in any way; either by writing, scratching, drawing, etching, marking or posting something on any property (including buildings, vehicles, walls or poles). Graffiti is against the law if it is done without the...

Fake Identification Cards

A ‘fake ID’ is one that does not belong to you, been illegally made to look like a real ID or been altered or scratched in some way to make you look older. In South Australia, proof of age can be evidenced by a driver’s license (from SA or interstate), a proof of age...

Domestic violence

Commonly referred to as ‘family violence’, domestic violence is against the law in South Australia. It is ok to talk to someone about domestic violence. You have the right to feel safe in your own home and should never have to experience or see domestic violence....

Tattoos and Piercings

In South Australia, there are laws that prohibit and restrict children from obtaining tattoos, branding, beading, scarring and tattoos. Regardless of whether you have your parent’s permission, it is against the law to have a tattoo under the age of 18. Similarly, you...

Cyber Bullying

Bullying of any kind is never ok. The use of digital technology to deliberately hurt someone can leave a lasting impact. It is important to remember that you are not alone. If you are being cyber bullied there are people you can talk to and things you can do to...

Child Abuse

All forms of child abuse are against the law. ‘Child abuse’ is any action towards a person under the age of 18 that harms or puts at risk their physical, psychological or emotional health or development. It can take the form of: Physical Abuse: Punching, hitting,...

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