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Second report to Parliament (as at 1 November 2018) - tabled 21 March 2019

The Monitor's annual report to Parliament outlines how effective the Victorian Government and its agencies are in implementing the Family Violence Reform.

The reform is responding to the report and recommendations from the 2016 Royal Commission into Family Violence(opens in a new window).

In March 2019, as an independent statutory officer, Tim Cartwright APM, the Family Violence Reform Implementation Monitor, tabled his report (as at 1 November 2018) to Parliament. The Monitor is required by legislation to table an annual report to Parliament each year from 2017 to 2020. 

The Monitor's report comments on how effective the Victorian Government and its agencies have been in implementing the Family Violence Reform.

Tim's second report for the 1 November 2017 to 1 November 2018 monitoring period was on the following:

  • The Orange Door - Support and Safety Hubs
  • incorporating the voices of victim survivors in all aspects of the reform
  • prevention - in order to break the family violence cycle
  • foundational issues from the 2017 report

The 2018 report

Report of the Family Violence Implementation Reform Implementation Monitor - as at 1 November 2018
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View an online version of the 2018 Monitor's report

Watch a summary of the 2018 report

Update from the Monitor on his second annual report, as at 1 November 2018.

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