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Public reporting on the Victorian Ombudsman investigation into the lockdown of 33 Alfred Street

Public reporting of progress against recommendations from the Victorian Ombudsman investigation – detention and treatment of public housing residents due to a COVID-19 lockdown of 33 Alfred Street North Melbourne

Final report of Charles Scerri QC

In 2018, Mr Charles Scerri QC was appointed by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to conduct an investigation under section 144 of the Health Services Act 1988 (Vic) in respect of sexual misconduct allegations made against the former Chairperson of Melbourne Health, Mr Robert Doyle.

Parliamentary Inquiry into Homelessness in Victoria

Report findings and recommendations from the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into homelessness in Victoria.

Victorian Ombudsman investigation into lockdown of 33 Alfred Street

Report findings and recommendations from the Victorian Ombudsman’s investigation into the detention and treatment of public housing residents at 33 Alfred Street North Melbourne arising from a COVID-19 lockdown in July 2020.

Their Futures Matter: Transforming life outcomes for vulnerable children and families

Explaining how data driven decision making is being used in NSW to improve services to children and families, and reduce entries into statutory care.

Incident and allegation investigations

Guides to support carers and community service to better understand incident reviews and investigations.

North Richmond Community Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Program Independent Review

The Victorian Government commissioned an independent review of the Alcohol and Other Drugs Program at North Richmond Community Health.

Review of the Victorian Child Safe Standards

The Department of Health and Human Services has completed the review of the Victorian Child Safe Standards on behalf of the Victorian Government.

Using data to inform child protection

Professor John Lynch and Dr Rhiannon Pilkington from the University of Adelaide discuss recent large-scale data projects in South Australia and Victoria that have informed child protection policy and practice.