What VWCCS Does
Providing a helping hand...
Importantly, VWCCS does not provide advocacy services. The agency focuses solely on providing a court support service for victims and witnesses of crime.
VWCCS accepts referrals from various victims of crime agencies including police, prosecutors, the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP), organisations supporting victims of domestic violence (male and female), social workers and the general public.
The court support team consists of trained volunteers. The service is free to all victims and witnesses.
NSW Attorney-General, Mark Speakman MP, was a valued guest of VWCCS at its 2017 first quarterly in-service Refresher / Training Program for its Volunteers held at Parliament House on Friday, 17 March. One of his key objectives, which from VWCCS’ point of view is a...
VWCCS congratulates the new NSW Police Commissioner, Mick Fuller. May your journey be innovative,inspirational,courageous and empathetic. VWCCS' best wishes go with you. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-03-30/mick-fuller...police-commissioner/8396364
Pieta Thornton, President of VWCCS, has been named one of 100 ‘Women of Influence’ in Australia
Magistrate Andrew Echoed will move from Dubbo, where he has presided since 2011, to the Hunter.