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Australian Federal Police
Airport Watch: 131 AFP is the single direct line to the AFP National Operations State Service Centre.
Australian Passport Information Service
Phone: 131 232 – 8 am to 8 pm Monday to Friday, and 8.30 am to 5pm weekends and most public
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Applying for a Recovery Order
If your child (or children) normally lives with you and their other parent (or another person) has your child and is refusing to return them to you; or you have parenting orders, and the other party is preventing your child from living with your or spending time with you in accordance with those orders, you may be able to apply for a recovery order.
If you do not know where your child is, you can also apply for orders to help you to find them (called a Commonwealth information order) when you apply for recovery orders.
Using the power of technology, Find My Parent empowers families to reunite. Without changes to social norms and legal systems, parental abduction and alienation will never be resolved. That is why we address the root causes through edutainment, empowerment, and advocacy.
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Parental Alienating Behaviours
are Child Abuse & Family Violence.
This serious form of abuse and family violence can no longer be ignored. Parental alienating behaviours must be acknowledged in Australia as it is in other parts of the world. We need legislation that not only acknowledges its existence but firmly and clearly legislates against it.