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Commissioner McCormack concludes tenure

Victoria’s Victims of Crime Commissioner Fiona McCormack left the role at the end of her term on July 7. The position of Victims of Crime Commissioner was advertised in May, and the Victorian Government will announce the appointment of the incoming Commissioner when the recruitment process is finalised.

 


The Commissioner’s
first systemic inquiry
focused on victim
participation in the
justice system.

Lived experience program
seeking applicants!

 


A guide to the
Commissioner’s
approach to regulation
has been released.


The Victorian Victims of Crime Commissioner promotes the fair treatment of victims in the justice system.

This includes victims’ experiences with police, the criminal justice system, and victims’ services agencies. The Commissioner also provides advice to government on issues affecting victims of crime and holds agencies to account when they don’t treat victims fairly.

Reporting mistreatment

If you have become a victim of crime and feel you have been mistreated by police, a prosecuting agency or a victims’ service, you can contact the Victims of Crime Commissioner’s Office.

General enquiries

For general enquiries, please call 1800 010 017

or email enquiries@vocc.vic.gov.au

or write to:

Victims of Crime Commissioner
GPO Box 4356
Melbourne VIC 3000

Media enquiries

If you are a member of the press, please contact our Media Adviser on 0409 142 807.

 

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