Stalking and law reform – the role of the Victorian Law Reform Commission

The Victorian Law Reform Commission (VLRC) is the central agency for law reform in Victoria. This session explores the role and functions of the VLRC, and its current inquiry into stalking.

The session covers the legal definition of stalking, the effects of stalking on individuals, current issues with reporting stalking, and options for reform.

Hear from the Chair of the Victorian Law Reform Commission, Tony North, and members of the VLRC’s stalking inquiry team.

Presented by Victorian Law Reform Commission


This session is available to watch on demand.

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