Country Canada
Year 2018
Type of Measure Violence against women > Legislation
Form of Violence Domestic violence/Intimate partner violence

Brief Description

The Interpersonal Violence Disclosure Protocol Act (Clare's Law) was introduced by the provincial government of Saskatchewan as a means to combat rising numbers of intimate partner violence cases. The Act, authorizes a police service to disclose certain risk-related information to a current or former intimate partner in cases where such information can assist them in making informed decisions about their safety and relationship.

Source of Information

Canada's submission for National Review for Implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action, Beijing+25, 2019, p.24

For more information: Interpersonal Violence Disclosure Protocol Act (2018)