Increased supports for Victims of Crime

The role of South Australia’s Commissioner for Victims’ Rights will be expanded, to ensure greater supports are available to victims of crime as they make their way through the criminal justice system.

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Marshall Government's stimulus to provide $15 million for our Courts, Police and Corrections

The Marshall Liberal Government has committed $15 million to overhaul audio-video link technology within South Australia’s justice system.

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Appointment of a new counselling service to support victims of crime

Relationships Australia South Australia (RASA) has been appointed to provide therapeutic counselling services to South Australian victims of crime over the next three years.

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Helping motorists find the best deal at the bowser

The Marshall Liberal Government will deliver real time petrol pricing to South Australian motorists following the findings of an extensive review undertaken by the South Australian Productivity Commission.

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New appointment to Court of Appeal

Respected lawyer and Solicitor-General Dr Chris Bleby SC will be the second appointment to the State Government’s new, dedicated Court of Appeal, Attorney-General, Vickie Chapman announced today.

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Stricter bail laws to protect the community

The presumption of bail will be reversed for offenders who assault emergency services workers and frontline hospital staff under tough new measures proposed by the Marshall Liberal Government.

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Review into Police Complaints and Discipline Act completed

An independent review of South Australia’s Police Complaints and Discipline Act has recommended ways to streamline processes and improve the way in which complaints against police officers are dealt with.

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Leading disability advocate appointed to key guardianship role

Renowned disability advocate Richard Bruggemann has been appointed to a new role in Government to assess temporary orders designed to protect both the community and people living with a cognitive impairment or mental incapacity from the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Expanding criteria for witnessing Statutory Declarations

The list of people who can witness statutory declarations in South Australia has been expanded, ensuring community members can still access the service while public health restrictions are put in place to combat the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Covid-19 legal assistance for South Australians

Legal aid is boosting its free assistance for South Australians hit hard by COVID-19.

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