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Jan Logie, Under-Secretary to the Minister of Justice (Domestic and Sexual Violence), has announced a package of changes to improve the justice response to victims of sexual violence.
“Everyone who has been harmed by sexual violence deserves to have justice delivered without going through more, avoidable, trauma,” said Under-Secretary Logie when...
Court services may be impacted by Metlink's train outage today
The Family Violence Act 2018 and the Family Violence (Amendments) Act 2018 take full effect on 1 July 2019.
The Independent Panel has released its report into the 2014 family justice reforms.
Te Uepū Hāpai i te Ora – the Safe and Effective Justice Advisory Group has released the He Waka Roimata report
This year’s Wellbeing Budget makes a strategic investment of $56.1 million into the development of whenua, Māori freehold landowners and their whanau.
This year’s Wellbeing Budget delivers a comprehensive funding package dedicated to eliminating family violence and sexual violence in Aotearoa.
Government agencies will change how they care for vulnerable children following the Royal Commission of Inquiry into historical abuse in State care.
Christchurch Justice Emergency Precinct temporarily closed.
The Chief Victims Advisor wants to ensure that the needs of people who have experienced crime are at the heart of any reform of our criminal justice system
It’s an action packed year for our policy team, they’ll be working on around 44 projects and at least seven legislative bills.
The Independent Panel considering the 2014 family justice system reforms is seeking feedback on their ideas for reform from today (23 January 2019).
Frequently used family violence terms translated into 13 languages to support people involved in court proceedings who have English as a second language.
A large percentage of New Zealanders have not experienced crime in the last 12 months, and crime is confined to a small proportion of the population.
New Māori advisory group - Te Rōpū - appointed.
2018 Chief Executive Supreme Award winners developed an online tool to deliver better people-centred justice services.
New online guide for victims of sexual violence responds to victims’ views
In Every 4 Minutes – A discussion paper on preventing family violence in New Zealand was launched at Parliament today
Canadian justice sector organisations attending a law and order conference in Alberta were keen to hear from an expert on our restorative justice system.
It’s with great sadness that we advise that Louie the Tauranga Court Dog passed away yesterday after a short illness.