Ahead of the United Nations' 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence - Murrumbidgee Police District is standing firm in their commitment to reduce violence.
Crime manager Detective Inspector Eugene Stek said police were strong supporters of White Ribbon Day and the 16 Days of Activism campaigns.
"It's part of our lead role in responding to violence against women in the community," Inspector Stek said.
"We encourage everyone to stand up, speak out and act with us to end gendered violence."
We encourage everyone to stand up, speak out and act with us to end gendered violence.Detective Inspector Eugene Stek
Inspector Stek said the district's officers had targeted repeat offenders leading to multiple arrests and charges in October, and similar operations would continue.
"Our police are developing and working with partner agencies on new initiatives to support victims and their families," Inspector Stek said.
"This will increase rates of pro-activity and prevention to stop violence against women."
Police will be with partnership agencies between 10am and 1pm on Wednesday at Griffith Central to support the campaign.