Date: Wednesday 28 August 2019
Time: 5.30 – 7.30pm, presentation to commence at 6.00pm
Venue: Mercure Hotel Perth, 10 Irwin Street, Perth WA 6000
Price: Students (full-time, unsalaried only) – $20
ANZAPPL Members – $25
Non-members – $35
Price includes a drink on arrival and light canapés prior to the presentation.
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Intimate Image Abuse
Kati Kraszlan, Acting Commissioner for Victims
The introduction of Intimate Image Abuse legislation was an election commitment of the McGowan Government. In 2018 the office of the Commissioner for Victims of Crime worked with the Attorney General to introduce the legislation around Intimate Image Abuse. The presentation will focus on:
- The national framework regarding Intimate Image Abuse;
- The current research in regards to the extent, prevalence and impact of Intimate Image Abuse;
- The role of the E-safety Commissioner; and
- The limitations of the legislation.
Kati Kraszlan is currently the Acting Commissioner for Victims in Western Australia. She commenced in the position in October 2017. The Commissioner advocates to Government for ongoing improvement in victim of crime legislation, policies and services in Western Australia. Priorto this position Kati had an extensive career in the Justice and Community sectors working across various research and policy positions. She has worked in the office of Inspector of Custodial Services and was also responsible for developing the award-winning West Kimberley Regional Prison, the first purpose-built prison for Aboriginal People in Australia. Kati returned to the public sector in 2016 after being employed by BHP Billiton in the area of Community Development.
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