Inquiry into Improving the Response of the Justice System to Sexual Offending - December, 2020

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In October 2020, the Victorian Law Reform Commission announced a review into Victoria’s laws relating to rape, sexual assault and associated adult and child sexual offences. The purpose of the review is to identify opportunities and improve the justice systems response to sexual offences. VACCA’s submission responded to eight of the Issues Papers released by the Commission as part of the review.

Read VACCA's submission to the Inquiry into Improving the Response of the Justice System to Sexual Offending.

The Victorian Law Reform Commission is expected to release a report on their findings by 31 August 2021. You can find more information about the inquiry here.

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