The Victims Information Service is making a positive difference to people affected by crime.
Specialist court services for victims of sexual violence, thanks to the Government's Offender Levy.
Data on risk factors for children and young people reveals key early warning signs.
The Law Commission has published its report recommending major changes about how courts handle sexual violence cases.
A new disclosure scheme will make it easier for Police to disclose a person's violent criminal past to a concerned partner or friend.
Minister of Justice Amy Adams has announced the appointment of Dr Kim McGregor, QSO, to the role of Chief Victims Advisor to Government.
Police have launched a pilot project to record victim statements at the scene of family violence incidents on camera.
The Ministry of Justice has launched a new text message reminder service for defendants appearing in the district court.
White Ribbon Day is 25 November and this year's campaign is about promoting respectful relationships between men and women and the issue of consent.
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The Victims Information publications have been translated into 10 different languages, including Chinese, Korean, Hindi and Arabic.
The latest New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey results show personal and household crime has reduced by a third over five years.
The Victims Information Service gives people affected by crime quick and easy access to information about support services and the criminal justice system.
Justice Minister launches the Victims Code, which sets out how victims of crime can expect to be treated by government agencies and organisations
New Zealanders are being invited to have their say about the establishment of a Child Sex Offender Register
Justice Minister Amy Adams has announced new information sharing rules between the family and criminal courts in family violence cases.
Ministerial launch of a new work programme to make sure government agencies respond better to family and sexual violence.
The Ministry of Justice is consulting about New Zealand's family violence laws and wants to know your views and ideas.
The justice sector annual report for 2014 has been published.
New legislation to stop cyberbullying and other modern forms of harassment and intimidation came into force on 3 July 2015.