Victims Register

Corrective Services NSW provides a Victim Support service and manages the Victims Register.

You are eligible to be placed on the Victims Register if:

  • you are a victim of an offence for which the adult offender has been sentenced, or 
  • you are a family representative of such a victim of crime – if the victim of crime is deceased, incapacitated or under 18 years of age.

You are not eligible if you are not directly involved in the offence for which the offender is sentenced, such as: 

  • a witness or bystander uninjured by the offence
  • an unrelated individual interested in following the progress of the offender
  • a community representative or group.

Once placed on the register you are entitled to certain information concerning parole for an offender.

As a Registered Victim, you are notified:

  • When a parole order has been made
  • What the conditions of parole are to be
  • When conditions of parole may be varied or changed

Support staff at Victims Register can:

  • Assist you with making a victim submission to the State Parole Authority
  • Support your attendance at parole review hearings
  • Provide copies of State Parole Authority decisions

If you need advice or help to write and submit a Victim Submission you can  contact staff at the Victims Register.

CSNSW Victims Register

Phone: (02) 8688 6833

Last updated:

19 Jul 2022

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