Victorian domestic violence royal commission begins first day of public hearings in Melbourne
Victoria's Royal Commission into Family Violence begins holding public hearings in Melbourne today, with Victoria Police and at least one family violence victim to appear on the first day.
The Victorian Government established the royal commission earlier this year, describing family violence as a national emergency.
It is estimated to cost the state $3.4 billion a year.
I mentioned this a while back
Daniel Andrews has opened a Royal Commission on Domestic Violence in Victoria.
Daniel Andrews has vowed to jail family violence thugs, make intervention orders easier to get and enforce tough new laws to make women and children safe.
Supposedly it was run on the ABC as well, on Q and A.