A number of legislative reforms were developed to address issues identified in the Child Protection Systems Royal Commission. Further information about current child protection reform activities on the Department for Child Protection’s website.
A new bill was introduced into Parliament containing a number of proposed changes to the way overdue fines and expiation fees issued by South Australian government agencies are enforced and recovered.
An independent review is being undertaken to assess whether the tribunal's performance and services have met expectations and to suggest improvements.
Every member of our community can play a role in changing attitudes and breaking down the gender norms and stereotypes that lead to gender-based violence.
The Child Protection Systems Royal Commission was established in August 2014 to investigate the adequacy of the child protection system in South Australia.
In July and August 2015, the Attorney-General’s Department (with support from PwC’s Indigenous Consulting) consulted with community members, service providers, government, non-government organisations and others about what a trial justice reinvestment project could look like for Port Adelaide.
This information paper sets out what the government is doing to support late night safety in South Australia.
Communities thrive when people are able to come together in safe, inviting public spaces and when our environment encourages healthy living and wellbeing.
The Statutes Amendment (Community and Strata Titles) Act 2012 will change the laws governing community and strata titles in South Australia, to take effect from 28 October 2013.