Drugs and Crime Prevention
The Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee is a Joint Investigatory Committee of the Parliament of Victoria.
The Committee was established under the Parliamentary Committees Act 2003 and its members have been drawn from both the Legislative Assembly and the Legislative Council. In the 57th Parliament of Victoria, its members were appointed in the sitting week commencing Tuesday 8 February 2011.
For further details, contact the Committee Secretariat.
The Committee will conduct public hearings for its Inquiry into Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design in Victoria on:
Monday 22 October 2012
10.30am to 4.15pm
Room G.3, 55 St Andrews Place, East Melbourne
Monday 12 November 2012
9.30am to 5.00pm
Room G.2, 55 St Andrews Place, East Melbourne
For more information about the inquiry, visit: http://www.parliament.vic.gov.au/dcpc/article/1889
SUBMISSIONS - Inquiry into Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design in Victoria.
The Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee invites written submissions from individuals and organisations addressing one or more of the issues in the Terms of Reference. To assist those interested in making a submission to the Inquiry, please see the guidelines for Making a Written Submission to a Parliamentary Committee. All submissions are treated as public documents unless confidentiality is requested and granted by the Committee. Please submit all electronic responses to email@example.com or via the eSubmissions page.
Alternatively submissions can be posted to:
Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee
Submissions for this inquiry are now closed.
Further information on the Inquiry can be obtained from Sandy Cook, Executive Officer on 03 8682 2815 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
REPORT TABLED: Inquiry into Locally Based Approaches to Community Safety and Crime Prevention
On Tuesday 5th June 2012, the Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee tabled a report on the Inquiry into Locally Based Approaches to Community Safety and Crime Prevention.
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