Victims of Crime in the Criminal Trial Process: Report (html)

Appendix B: Submissions

1. Australian Law Reform Commission

2. Seppy Pour

3. Melville Miranda

4. Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission

5. Centre for Rural Regional Law and Justice, Deakin University Law School

(Centre for Rural Regional Law and Justice)

6. Confidential

7. Youthlaw

8. Mary Iliadis

9. Associate Professor Tracey Booth

10. Victoria Legal Aid

11. Sandra Betts

12. Arnold Dallas McPherson Lawyers

13. David Levesque

14. Victims of Crime Commissioner, Victoria

15. Kristy McKellar

16. Name withheld

17. Office of the Public Advocate

18. Women with Disabilities Victoria

19. Dr Tyrone Kirchengast, University of New South Wales

20. Phil Cleary

21. Dianne Hadden

22. Joy and Roger Membrey

23. Director of Public Prosecutions Victoria (DPP)

24. Fiona Tait

25. Law Institute of Victoria

26. Victoria Police

27. Supreme Court of Victoria

28. Chris Gill

29. Victorian Bar and Criminal Bar Association

30. Loddon Campaspe Centre Against Sexual Assault

31. Professor Jonathan Doak, Nottingham Trent University

32. Professor Edna Erez, University of Illinois at Chicago

33. Professor Jo-Anne Wemmers

34. Northern Centre Against Sexual Assault

35. Annalise Roberts and Miranda Escott-Burton

36. Centre for Innovative Justice, RMIT University (Centre for Innovative Justice)

37. Dr Margaret Camilleri

38. Name withheld

39. Safe Steps Family Violence Response Centre (Safe Steps)

40. Victim representatives on the inaugural Victims of Crime Consultative Committee

(Former VOCCC victim representatives)

41. Colleen Murphy (Kelly)

42. Vixen Collective

43. Liberty Victoria

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