Topic: "police and emergency services"
The Andrews Labor Government has passed new laws that crack down on people who attack and injure emergency workers on duty by making sure they are given a custodial sentence, as well as further limiting the use of community correction orders.
The Andrews Labor Government’s new public order laws to crack down on violent behaviour at protests and public events are now in force.
Victoria's largest ever suite of legislative measures will be introduced today to crackdown on serious offenders, toughen sentences for serious and violent crimes, and increase consequences for young offenders, as the Andrews Labor Government takes further steps to keep the community safe.
The Andrews Labor Government has announcement 50 new frontline police officers to be deployed to the southeast from next month.
The Andrews Labor Government is creating new laws, upgrading courts and giving police the tools they need to hold perpetrators of family violence to account and put victims first, as part of the landmark 10-year Family Violence Strategy.
The Andrews Labor Government will deliver a $23.9 million investment to hold family violence perpetrators to account and support victims as we overhaul the way the justice system responds to our number one law and order challenge.