Submissions in response to questions in the third discussion paper about women and girls’ experiences of the criminal justice system both as victim-survivors of sexual violence and also as accused persons and offenders closed on 8 April, 2022. However, you can still make a general submission to tell us about your lived experience. So we can take what you tell us into consideration for our final report, it is best to send your submission as soon as you can, ideally before Easter.
The Women's Safety and Justice Taskforce is undertaking broad and wide-ranging community consultation. You can have your say at any time by making a submission. The Taskforce welcomes anyone wishing to tell the Taskforce about their experiences or insights to make a submission.
The Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce has handed its first report to the Attorney-General outlining how best to legislate against coercive control.
The Taskforce is examining coercive control, the need for a standalone offence of domestic violence, and the experience of women across the criminal justice system.
Make a submission
The Taskforce wants to learn from your experience of the criminal justice system to help us understand the issues. You are invited to make a submission.