Inner East (Box Hill): 8892 3292
Outer East (Knox): 8335 6701
Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Teams (SOCITs) are made up of specialist detectives who are trained to investigate the complex crimes of sexual offences and child abuse.
For more information see https://www.police.vic.gov.au/sexual-offences
The GLLOs provide a contact point for LGBTI community members and provide advice, assistance and recommendations to Victoria Police on the policing needs of LGBTI people.
For more information see https://www.police.vic.gov.au/lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender-and-intersex-liaison-officers
Phone: 1300 101 423
Phone: 1300 191 860
Phone: 1300 389 516
Offenders in local communities are supported by Community Corrections Officers to ensure they meet the conditions of their court or parole orders, including connecting them with community work options.
For more information see https://www.corrections.vic.gov.au/community-corrections
Phone: 9087 5720
The following are available at Ringwood Magistrates’ Court:
Court coordinator and Intervention Order Registry: email@example.com
For more information see https://www.mcv.vic.gov.au/court/ringwood-magistrates-court
A program for adult defendants, services include:
For more information see https://www.mcv.vic.gov.au/find-support/bail-support-cisp
For more information see https://courtnetwork.com.au/
Phone: 1300 792 387
For more information see https://www.legalaid.vic.gov.au/
Phone:1300 32 52 00
Eastern Community Legal Centre provides free legal advice and assistance for a range of matters, including:
For more information see https://www.eclc.org.au/
Phone: 1800 105 303
Djirra is an Aboriginal community controlled organisation. They provide a range of legal services, including advice and advocacy in relation to:
Paralegal support Workers can assist with:
Djirra provides legal services to Aboriginal women, men and children who are victims/survivors of family violence or sexual assault or who are at immediate risk of family violence or sexual assault. Djirra also assists non-Aboriginal parents of Aboriginal children who are victims/survivors of family violence or sexual assault.
Djirra can also arrange:
For more information see https://djirra.org.au/
Phone: 1800 133 302
The service assists women experiencing disadvantage who are facing legal issues arising out of violence or relationship breakdown.
Services are provided this through:
For more information see https://www.womenslegal.org.au/
Phone: 9654 8644
State-wide independent community legal centre that specialises in disability discrimination legal matters.
For more information see http://www.ddls.org.au/
Phone: 1300 018 228
VCAT is a tribunal that hears and decides civil and administrative legal cases in the State of Victoria.
For more information see https://www.vcat.vic.gov.au/
Phone: 1800 882 752
For more information see https://www.vocat.vic.gov.au/
Phone: 1800 819 817
Phone: 1800 819 817
VSA represents people affected by crime, coordinating a whole-of-government approach to services for victims. The agency operates the Victims of Crime Helpline, and funds state-wide services to provide victims with practical assistance, counselling and support through the justice system.
For more information see https://www.victimsofcrime.vic.gov.au/victims-support-agency
Phone: 1300 946 337.
The Victims Assistance Program (VAP) is a program that provides confidential information, advice and support for the needs that arise as a direct consequence of a violent crime. This can include family violence, sexual assault, physical assault and homicide.