Topic: "attorney general"
The Andrews Labor Government today announced $1.6 million for eight Health Justice Partnerships across the state which will help vulnerable Victorians have better access to justice.
The Andrews Labor Government today announced $200,000 of funding to ensure the Bendigo Health Justice Partnership can continue to help vulnerable Victorians until 2020.
Victoria’s counter-terrorism laws will be overhauled to better protect Victorians from terror attacks, under a suite of reforms to be introduced today.
More judges and magistrates will be recruited and there will be more support for victims of crime thanks to new investments included in the Victorian Budget 2018/19.
Negotiations are advancing between the Andrews Labor Government and the Wotjobaluk Peoples to create a new Recognition and Settlement Agreement for Traditional Owners in the state’s west.
The Andrews Labor Government is calling for expressions of interest from Victorians who have been victims of crime to serve as representatives on the Victims of Crime Consultative Committee.
The Andrews Labor Government will take action to address a serious historical injustice which saw Victorians effectively given criminal records for needing state care as children.