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#AceNewsReport – Aug.04: The laws were strongly criticised by victims’ families, including relatives of murdered Melbourne woman Jill Meagher, when they were introduced in 2020.
#AceDailyNews says that the government moves to protect families who want to speak about dead sexual assault victims and the legislation meant families would need to go to court, at their own cost, to seek the right to talk about publicly about dead sexual offence victims.
Jill Meagher’s mother Edith McKeon last year called the laws “wrong” and said in a Facebook post that she was “fuming that they haven’t even contacted any of the family”………..An attempt to introduce the laws as a temporary measure last November were rejected by the Victorian parliament: The government has been trying to balance the rights of family members to speak publicly after the death of a sexual assault victim, with the wishes of family members who do not want to be identified.
The Judicial Proceedings Reports: Amendment Bill 2021: To be introduced in Parliament today, would remove the need for a court order before family members can speak publicly about the deaths of sexual assault victims.
It would also give family members, partners, or close friends the right to apply for a victim protection order (VPO) to protect their identity and privacy.
Victoria’s Attorney-General Jaclyn Symes said the scheme would be reviewed after two years.
“Every time we speak up against sexual assault, it becomes easier for others to speak about it too,” she said.
“It’s important that our justice system supports this to happen while respecting the wishes of those who want to remain private.”
Opposition accuses the government of rushing through legislation
Shadow Attorney-General Edward O’Donohue said the government was rushing the bill through parliament without properly consulting advocates and experts.
“Yes we need these reforms, but we must get them right, we’ve seen the terrible consequences of getting it wrong, and the pain it caused to so many families of deceased sexual assault victims who have suffered so much,” he said.
“The Andrews Government should consult, listen, and engage with other political parties, with experts, and the broader community to make sure they get this right.”
Laws that prevented survivors of sexual assault from speaking legally about offences against them after the conviction of a perpetrator were overturned last year after pressure from the Let Her Speak campaign.
Advocate Grace Tame was named Australian of the Year for her work in pushing for similar laws in Tasmania to be overturned.
New protections welcomed by advocates
The new bill has been welcomed by advocates for sexual assault victims, including the tireless Chrissie Foster.
Her two daughters Emma and Katie were both sexually abused by a priest, and the trauma led to substance abuse. At 15, Katie was left with permanent brain damage after being hit by a car, and Emma later suffered a fatal overdose of prescription medication.
Ms Foster says the first draft of the laws, that would have required her to apply for a court order to use her daughters’ names and experiences publicly “should never have happened”.
“It’s a freedom that we have, and have had. And suddenly, almost overnight, it was removed it was taken away, and suddenly we had to get a court order which takes time and money and effort.
“I thought if this happened 25 years ago when I first stepped into this issue, I wouldn’t have done that,” she said.
“What keeps paedophilia alive and other sexual assault is the secrecy surrounding it, and to then silence victims about what’s happened to them is just crazy.
“To just remain silent sort of equates to allowing the perpetrator to get away with it.”
Ms Foster says the new VPO scheme is also a good move.
“I think there needs to be some avenue that people can go through if they don’t want to talk about it. Most people don’t want to talk about it. I don’t blame people. I’m not saying everyone should. So yes, something like that should be there but now it’s in the proper balance,” she said.
Ms Foster said it was a relief that the Victorian Attorney-General Jaclyn Symes seemed committed to these reforms when the pair met a few weeks ago.
Legislation not yet ‘watertight’
The creator of advocacy group Let Us Speak, Nina Funnell, welcomed the move by the state government, but said there could still be loopholes in the legislation.
“One issue that might come up is when you have multiple families with competing ideas about whether or not they should be able to name their deceased loved one, and that could potentially rip families apart” she said.
Ms Funnell is also concerned that the wording of the bill leaves open the possibility that families affected by an unrelated crime could seek suppression orders that would prevent families from speaking about deceased loved ones.
“We know that in 2020, Victoria granted more suppression orders than all of the other states and jurisdictions combined.”
She wants the Victorian Upper House to consider amendments to the bill “so that we don’t end up kicking the can down the road and discovering that we’ve got more problems down the track.”
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AFP: WA Joint Anti Child Exploitation Team (JACET): The arrest was part of a nationwide criminal investigation, Operation Molto, coordinated by the AFP’s Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE), which investigates offenders using a cloud storage platform to share abhorrent child abuse material.
This is a joint media release between Australian Federal Police and Western Australia Police Force
An investigation into this matter started after the ACCCE received several reports from the United States’ National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) regarding child abuse material being uploaded to online platforms.
WA JACET, which comprises AFP and Western Australia Police officers, allegedly linked the Armadale man to the email addresses associated with those accounts.
Police intercepted the man at his workplace yesterday morning (Thursday) before executing a search warrant at his home and seizing one mobile phone. Another electronic device will be forensically examined.
The man was arrested and charged with possessing child abuse material obtained using a carriage service, contrary to section 474.22A of the Criminal Code Act 1995 (Cth).
The maximum penalty for these offences is 15 years’ imprisonment. He is expected to appear before Perth Magistrates Court today (18 June 2021).
AFP Detective Acting Inspector Andrea Coleman said viewing, downloading or buying child abuse material is not a victimless crime.
“Every image, every video captures a child being abused in the worst possible way. It’s abhorrent and has no place here in Australia,” Detective Acting Inspector Coleman said.
The ACCCE is committed to stopping child exploitation and abuse and is at the centre of a collaborative national approach to combatting organised child abuse.
The Centre brings together specialist expertise and skills in a central hub, supporting investigations into child sexual abuse and developing prevention strategies focused on creating a safer online environment.
If you or someone you know are impacted by child sexual abuse and online exploitation there are support services available.
Advice and support for parents and carers about how they can help protection children online can be found at ThinkUKnow, an AFP-led education program designed to prevent online child sexual exploitation.
Notes to Readers:
Use of term ‘CHILD ABUSE’ MATERIAL NOT ‘CHILD PORNOGRAPHY’
The correct legal term is Child Abuse Material – the move to this wording was among amendments to Commonwealth legislation in 2019 to more accurately reflect the gravity of the crimes and the harm inflicted on victims.
Use of the phrase “child pornography” is inaccurate and benefits child sex abusers because it:
- indicates legitimacy and compliance on the part of the victim and therefore legality on the part of the abuser; and
- conjures images of children posing in ‘provocative’ positions, rather than suffering horrific abuse.
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