Events

Launch of OPP Victims report

13 May 2019, 9:30AM-10:30AM

To launch our report for Victoria's Office of Public Prosecutions

L-R: CIJ Director Rob Hulls, Associate Director Stan Winford, Senior Advisor Nareeda Lewers, Solicitor for Public Prosecutions John Cain, and Minister for Victim Services Ben Carroll at the launch of the OPP Victims report

It is with great pleasure that the Office of Public Prosecutions (OPP) and RMIT’s Centre for Innovative Justice invite you to the launch of a ground-breaking report on communicating with victims in the criminal justice system.The Hon. Ben Carroll, Minister for Victim Support, Corrections, Crime Prevention and Youth Justice, will launch the report. The report, Communicating with Victims about Resolution Decisions: A Study of Victims’ Experiences and Communication Needs, was commissioned by the OPP as part of its commitment to improving the experience of victims in the prosecution process.

**Please note this event has now passed. You can see some pictures of the launch, and access the full report and related materials below.

L-R John Cain, Rob Hulls & Ben Carroll

CIJ Director Rob Hulls with victim advocate Melinda Dine

Report authors Stan Winfrod and Nareeda Lewers

John Cain and Ben Carroll

Location

Venue: Garden Building, RMIT Building 10, Level 6, Room 89, access via Bowen Street. Lift access behind STREAT Cafe in Bowen Street.

Cost

Free

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