Latest Department of Justice News

Country football kicks goals for mental health
Chance for farmers to brush up on safety this harvest season
Government puts $3m crime-stopping grants in cloud
VBA welcomes new Commissioners
Winners announced for 2021 Jack Cranstoun Scholarships
Antitrust: US pulls out big gun in fight against Facebook and Google
Advanced operational communications for WA’s emergency services
Government boosts support for sexual and domestic violence service providers
Target 120 to turn young lives around in Port Hedland and Northam
Commission of Inquiry portal now online
Continuing our reform agenda in response to Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to child sexual abuse
Tasmanian Planning Commission review
Prison Officers charged
From refugee to community justice advocate
Premier’s Statement – Commission of Inquiry
Brisbane man arrested, two international warrants issued in foreign bribery investigation
New Aboriginal language programs connect prisoners with culture
CSIRO tech that enables robot teamwork licensed
Seized cash channelled to crime-busting programs and victim support
Global focus on competition and digital platforms
Digital transformation underway for Government departments
Update on independent investigation into serious allegations regarding former LGH employee
WA employers honoured for emergency services volunteer support
Court backlog Bill passes State Parliament
Google’s huge market share doesn’t automatically make it a monopoly
US is taking on Google in a huge antitrust case. It could change face of online search
Prison Expansion Locks In Jobs And Drives Safer Community
Analysis: Trump White House NDAs are likely unconstitutional
Real facts on Northern Regional Prison site
TasCAT President sought
Delivering significant Justice reforms
Tasmanian Suicide Register report released
More than $7 million to be spent on new restraining order system
Input sought on Youth Justice Amendment Bill 2020
University Counsel Madelyn Wessel to retire in 2021
Statement on serious allegations raised
Youth Justice Trial To Boost Safety And Reduce Reoffending
Reducing court backlogs in Tasmania
Congratulations to Tasmania’s Australian Corrections Medal recipient
Prison Expansion To Deliver New Jobs In Campbellfield
Competition agencies to coordinate on cross-border investigations
Commerce Commission signs multilateral framework enhancing international cooperation on competition enforcement
Former Prison Officer Charged
Warning witnesses of possibility of misinformation helps protect their memory accuracy
Magistrates Court upgrades underway around state
Kraszlan appointed Commissioner for Victims of Crime
Urgent Changes To Ensure Victim-Survivors Can Speak Up
Special court to promote child safety