Victorian Department of Justice & Regulation

Overview

The Victorian Department of Justice & Regulation is an Australian state government department that covers eight ministerial portfolios responsible for the reform, administration and enforcement of the law in Victoria. The department is headquartered in Melbourne and employs approximately 7,060 people throughout its operations.

The Victorian Department of Justice & Regulation operates through partnerships with over 60 statutory entities, courts and tribunals.

Through 27 Justice Service Centres, the department provides the following services:

  • Community Correctional Services
  • Consumer Affairs Victoria
  • Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria
  • Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committees
  • Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages
  • Sheriff’s Operations
  • Victims Support Services

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