Inquiry into a Legislated Spent Convictions Scheme


The Legal and Social Issues Committee invites written submissions from individuals and organisations addressing one or more of the issues identified in the terms of reference.

To assist with your submission, please see the guidelines for Making a Written Submission to a Parliamentary Committee.

The closing date for submissions is Tuesday 9 July 2019.

Ways to make a submission:

  1. Email to
  2. Using the eSubmissions form
  3. Hardcopy; send to:
    The Secretary
    Legislative Council, Legal and Social Issues Committee
    Parliament House, Spring Street 


All submissions should include:

  • Your full name
  • Contact details (either a postal address or phone number)
  • The text of your submission or an attachment containing your submission


Your submission is a public document

All submissions are public documents and will be published on the Committee’s website. Please note that your name will be published with your submission, but your contact details will not be published.

If you require your submission to be confidential please provide a reason for your request, which will be considered by the Committee.

If you have any questions about the inquiry, please contact the committee secretariat.


The Committee have accepted the following submissions:

1. pdfJames Newbury MP1.48 MB
2. pdfJ Chang211.04 KB
3. pdfGoulburn Valley Community Legal Centre447.25 KB
4. Pending
5. pdfWoor-Dungin Criminal Record Discrimination Project6.53 MB


Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 June 2019