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Community safety comes first under these reforms to the justice system.
High risk offender management
Early guilty pleas
Forensic mental health
Justice responses to the Royal Commission
Smarter management of parolees to help protect the community.
Holding offenders to account and reducing reoffending.
Better management of high risk sex and violent offenders to keep the community safe.
Reducing courts delays and allowing victims to get on with their lives.
System-wide reforms which aims to reduce the annual rate of adult reoffending.
Smarter driver licence disqualification laws to better protect community safety by reducing unauthorised driving and repeat offending
Improving the justice system response to domestic and family violence.
Supporting victims, improving community safety and reducing delays to criminal cases involving people with cognitive and mental health impairments.
Criminal and civil justice responses to the Royal Commission into Intitutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.