Access to Justice
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We are currently seeking feedback on these projects.
These projects are closed and have been archived for your reference. The department aims to publish results for all projects as quickly as possible.
Submissions for the Emergency Management Legislation Amendment (Planning) Bill 2016 Exposure Draft closed on 30 June 2016. The submissions received are now published.
Public comments and submissions were invited on the proposed Private Security Regulations 2016.
Public comments and submissions are invited on a proposed new fee structure for the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT).
Public comments and submissions on the proposed Infringements Regulations 2016 closed on 18 April 2016.
We sought your views on current and future gaming machine arrangements in Victoria.
In July 2015, a comprehensive review into the Country Fire Authority (CFA) and the Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) was launched with the aim of ensuring Victoria remains a world leader in emergency management.
Michael Brett Young has completed the 2015 review of the Charter. The Attorney-General tabled the report of the review in Parliament on 17 September 2015. The report, summary report and public submissions are published on this site. The government announced on 22 July 2016 that it supports 45 of the 52 recommendations and will amend Victoria's Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities.
In May 2015 a pre tender industry briefing session was held to discuss a proposed legal services panel structure and to seek feedback regarding the proposed structure. Following the receipt of feedback, the structure was revised. An outline of that new structure is now published.
A consultation paper on a proposal to make regulations to prescribe the reporting requirements and a Ministerial Order to exempt small businesses was completed in April 2015.
The six week consultation period ended 5 December 2012 with a total of 189 individual and 5 stakeholder submissions received.
We listened to the views of almost 17,000 Victorians and we’ll continue to engage Victorians in the conversation about road safety.
Results of the Victorian Government sentencing survey completed in 2011.