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The Attorney General has asked us to review aspects of the law relating to serious road crime.
Under the terms of reference (PDF, 118.7 KB), we have been asked to review:
The due date for preliminary submissions was 17 February 2023. Thank you to everyone who made a submission.
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This review deals with content that some people may find distressing, including discussion of road trauma.
If you need support, there are some services you can contact free of charge. These include:
Call support services on 1300 22 4636
Beyond Blue is an independent, not-for-profit organisation working to reduce the impact of anxiety, depression and suicide in Australia. Learn more about mental illness and available treatments at beyondblue.org.au.
Call the 24-hour crisis line on 13 11 14
Talk to a support person online at: Lifeline Crisis Chat
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing emotional distress with access to 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. Learn more at Lifeline's Website.
Call support services on 1800 808 384
The Road Trauma Support Group's support team assists victims and survivors in a variety of ways, including by providing access to specialist counsellors. For more information, visit the Road Trauma Support Group's support services webpage.
Preliminary submissions (closing date 17 February 2023)
Background note on serious road crime offences (released 28 November 2022)
Terms of reference (PDF, 118.7 KB) (received 10 November 2022)
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