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Get Your “Not In Our Club” Kit

Feel free to print the flyers on this page. You can also contact campaign co-ordinator Jason Hopgood to register your club and receive a starter kit: Tel 46316712 and hopgood.jasonb@police.qld.gov.au

Hypothetical Date Claimer

We’re putting the finishing touches to our Hypothetical planning and will have full details soon. But we can tell you it will take place from 7pm on 23 May at the Armitage Centre, Empire Theatre, Neil Street Toowoomba. Use the contact us page on this website to register your interest.

May is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month

Not Now Not Ever In Our Community Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month takes place in communities throughout Queensland every year in May. The month-long campaign is aimed at awareness and education targeting the whole community. Toowoomba Together Inc....

“Not In Our Club” materials for use by all sports clubs

Toowoomba Together Inc. encourages all sports clubs to download and print this free material. The "Not In Our Club" campaign encourages respectful relationships through all sporting codes and in our personal lives. This free material provides lots of great information...

Launch of “Not In Our Club”

Sports Darling Downs quarterly breakfast was the perfect venue to launch the "Not In Our Club" campaign. Toowoomba Together Inc. Chair John Minz addressed the audience and inspired clubs to join the campaign for a safer happier Toowoomba. The campaign will be rolled...

Toowoomba Together Launches Strategy and Acknowledges Partners

On 10 November, Toowoomba Together launches its strategy at City Hall. The Management Committee were present to hear Chairman John Minz present on the vision and high level strategies. ​These included: 1. an evidenced-based assessment model using the Australian...

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Thank you to The Chronicle's Kev Farmer for capturing some footage from Toowoomba Together Inc.'s recent Hypothetical at the Empire Theatre. To find out more go to www.toowoombatogether.org.au #notnownotever #toowoombatogether #toowoombasaysno2 ... See MoreSee Less

Toowoomba Together community information night focusing on a hypothetical domestic violence scenario at the Armitage Centre at Empire Theatres.

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Although May is officially Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month - we believe that every month should be violence free. It's not too late to support the Not In Our Club campaign. Sign your club up now and receive your information pack! Email: Hopgood.JasonB@police.qld.gov.au #notinourclub #toowoombatogether #notnownotever #notinourtown ... See MoreSee Less

‘Not in our club’ is a grassroots initiative aimed at local sporting groups and clubs. The initiative encourages all sporting codes to join together during May and beyond to support a non-violent culture. Check out more videos on the #NNNEchallenge qld.gov.au/notnownotever

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Our Hypothetical at the Empire Theatre last night was a great success! Clever moderator David Illiffe and the panellists kept our audience of 100 people engaged for two solid hours. It was just brilliant! #toowoombatogether #notnownotever #dvp #hypotheticals #empiretheatre ... See MoreSee Less

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They're really great sports at Range Tennis Club! So good to see members of the club showing support for the Not In Our Club campaign. If you'd like to find out more about it all have a look at our website www.toowoombatogether.org. To have a special information pack sent to you contact campaign coordinator Jason Hopgood on hopgood.jason@police.qld.gov.au or phone him on 07 4631 6712. #notinourclub #notnownotever #rangetennis #toowoombatogether ... See MoreSee Less

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Yesterday we once again had a chance to host the White Ribbon Queensland Silhouette Display at the University of Southern Queensland - Australia where dozens of unarmed and silhouettes of women were displayed representing the (on average) one woman a week that looses their life as a result of violence from a current or former partner. ... See MoreSee Less

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