Media continues focus on sentencing changes

Today’s media update reflects a continuing focus on the sentencing survey recently launched by the Victorian Government (see previous media scan). The Protecting Victoria’s Vulnerable Children Inquiry, children’s health and proposed family law changes also feature.
 

Sentencing changes criticised

Protecting Victoria’s Vulnerable Children Inquiry in Swan Hill

New report on children’s health issues shows room for improvement

Family law changes give broader consideration to domestic violence

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