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As a victim of crime, making decisions can be difficult and confusing. It is important to know how or where to get information and support. During this difficult time, it is vital that a victim is treated with courtesy, compassion and respect.

The Government of Western Australia is committed to responding to the needs of victims of crime, and those who are indirectly affected by that crime, such as families, friends and/or colleagues.

This website is an initiative of the Victims of Crime Reference Group and the State Government. It is designed to help victims of crime, their families and others by providing answers to the most commonly asked questions and issues encountered.

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News

National Domestic Violence Order Scheme commences
In the past, restraining orders that relate to family and domestic violence only applied in the state or territory in which they were issued or registered. This has changed. On 25 November 2017, the National Domestic Violence Order Scheme commenced. [25/11/2017]

Commissioner calls on community
Commissioner for Victims of Crime Jennifer Hoffman will hold a Law Week event at which people who work, live, and socialise with victims of crime will be encouraged to find out how to help and support them. [27/04/2016]

Criminal Property Confiscation Grant Scheme
Applications for Funding Round 13 of the Criminal Property Confiscation Grant Scheme has opened. [30/10/2015]

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