Courts and Tribunals
Independent Statutory Bodies
Information to help adults understand what to expect at court.
A guide for children and young people through the experience of going to court.
Victims of Crimes service provides trauma counselling, advice and support to victims of crime.
Support for victims of family violence before, during and after court hearings.
The victim of a violent crime can apply to receive updates about offenders who are serving a custodial sentence.
Victims of Crime Assistance (compensation) for victims of violent crime in Tasmania.
Information about services available for victims of crime
Anyone who has suffered a physical or psychological injury as a result of a violent crime in Tasmania can apply for financial assistance.
The Charter of Rights for victims of crime.
A victim impact statement tells the court how a crime has affected you.
Providing trauma counselling, advice and support to victims of crime.
The Court Support and Liaison Service support victims of family violence and can provide information to support you through the court process.
As the victim of a violent crime you can apply to receive updates about offenders who are serving a custodial sentence for the crimes committed against you.
Your rights as a victim of crime are contained in the Charter of Rights for Victims of Crime.
Tell the courts about the effect that the crime has had on you physically, emotionally and financially.