Over the past ten years the incidence of armed robbery at Service Stations has steadily increased in Australia. In 2009 around 10% of all armed robberies were of service stations. Services Stations are more likely to be targeted at night by one offender with an average age of twenty-three-years and using a knife. Extended trading…Details
Over 130,000 international students began studies in Victoria between 2005 and 2009, of which 44% came from India and 38% from China, with most students aged between 20 and 35 years and over 60% being male. The rate of physical assault for all students was similar to the average for similarly aged others except for…Details
If you have been the victim of crime while driving, such as Dangerous Driving, you may be entitled to make both a Crimes Compensation application as well as a Transport Accident Commission (TAC) claim. To further discuss your compensation call Victims of Crime Counselling and Compensation Services on Freecall 1800 000 055.
If you have been the victim of crime in the workplace, such as robbery at a post office, petrol station, restaurant, hotel, tabaret or bank, or while performing your work duties, such as a police officer, taxi-driver or security officer, you may be entitled to make both a Crimes Compensation application as well as a…Details