Have Your Say | Review of the Victoria's Reportable Conduct Scheme

21 September

Have Your Say

Victoria's Reportable Conduct Scheme was established to improve organisational responses to allegations of child-related misconduct.

The Department of Families, Fairness and Housing is conducting a review of the first five years’ operation of the Scheme. The department is inviting feedback from stakeholders as to how well the Scheme is operating and whether it should be expanded to include any other organisations.

A consultation page inviting survey responses and written submissions is accessible through Engage Victoria until 23 October 2022.

Feedback received will be consolidated and will culminate in a report and recommendations to the Minister for Child Protection and Family Services, which will be tabled in parliament by 1 July 2023. If you or your organisation have feedback to provide on the Scheme, we encourage you to participate in the Review.


Have Your Say | Review of Reportable Conduct Scheme


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