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This report is the Sentencing Advisory Council’s response to a request from the Attorney-General for advice on the introduction of statutory minimum sentences for the offences of intentionally causing serious injury and recklessly causing serious injury when either offence is committed in circumstances of 'gross...
The meaning of human rights in a Victorian context and the most appropriate way to protect and enhance those rights are matters of significant public interest and debate.
The four year review and inquiry is pursuant to section 44 of the Charter of Human...
This paper examines public opinion polling in Australia and in other jurisdictions, and functions as a guide to interpreting polling results.
The Sentencing Advisory Council has released a report that indicates people’s perceptions of crime can predict how confident they are in the courts and the legal system.
Predictors of Confidence: Community Views in Victoria is the fourth paper in a series about findings...
This policy will guide the work of palliative care services, consortia and government from 2011 to 2015. The actions outlined in this policy will equip specialist palliative care services in Victoria to meet growing demand for palliative care.
An analysis of the Victorian state election which took place on 27 November 2010. This paper provides an overview of the election campaign, major policies, opinion polls data, the outcome of the election in both houses, and voter turnout. It also includes voting figures for...
On any one day across Victoria, approximately 5500 children and young people live in out-of-home care. The 2011 Partnering Agreement reflects the shared commitment of the out-of-home care and education sectors to these children and young people. The Partnering Agreement: outlines strategies to support the...