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The Victorian Government's response to the Royal Commission into Family Violence

The Victorian Government's response to the Royal Commission into Family Violence

The Victorian Government's response to the Royal Commission into Family Violence

The Victorian Government has established a Family Violence and Service Delivery Reform Unit in Department of Premier and Cabinet to lead and coordinate a whole-of-government response to the 227 recommendations of the Royal Commission's report into family violence.

The Family Violence and Service Delivery Reform Unit has a website to communicate the state response to family violence.

On this site you'll find a summary and recommendations of Australia's first Royal Commission into Family violence, the latest updates on government's response to the recommendations and upcoming engagement opportunities to consult with government on ways to improve the family violence system in Victoria.

The Family Violence and Service Delivery Reform Unit also releases a monthly newsletter. Subscribe to the Family Violence and Service Delivery Reform Newsletter to stay informed with ongoing family violence developments across government and the sector. Download an accessible version of past newsletters below.

Visit the website or follow the Victorian Government on Twitter for the latest updates across government.