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The Corrective Services New South Wales (CSNSW) Victims Register may share certain information about offenders who are serving a sentence in New South Wales as a result of a criminal act against victims. We aim to provide you with a responsive and supportive service to support you during this difficult time.
For more information about the CSNSW Victims Register, please read our fact sheet (PDF, 358.1 KB). (PDF, 352.0 KB) (PDF, 352.0 KB)
Our fact sheet is also available in ةيبرعلا (Arabic) (PDF, 237.9 KB), 中文简体 (Chinese) (PDF, 269.9 KB), हिन्दी (Hindi) (PDF, 228.9 KB), ESPAÑOL (Spanish) (PDF, 212.4 KB) and Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese) (PDF, 211.0 KB).
You can apply to go on the Victims Register if:
There are situations in which more than one family representative can be registered. If this could apply to your circumstances, please give us a call to further discuss the issues.
Anyone who was not directly involved in the offence for which the offender is currently sentenced, such as:
Any crime for which an offender has received a custodial sentence.
On request, we will provide you with an annual update of the offender’s location in custody and security classification.
If an offender is eligible to be considered for unescorted leave or parole, the Victims Register will contact registered victims to explain the upcoming process and let them know whether they are able to make a submission.
The purpose of the submission is for registered victims to express their views and request any conditions that they feel should be imposed on the offender, should leave or parole be granted.
Placing a submission is optional and victims should not feel obliged to provide a submission. The Victims Register can provide assistance with preparing a submission. If leave or parole is declined, a victim’s submission can be carried forward to the next consideration. Submissions are always held confidential and not released to an offender, unless a victim consents.
For more information about the parole process, please read our information booklets:
You can apply using the Victims Register Online Application Form.
If you are unable to use the online application form then you can apply using the Victims Register PDF Application Form (PDF, 1.7 MB) (PDF , 406.6 KB).
After an application is submitted, the Victims Register will always contact the victim to confirm that their registration has been finalised.
For further information about information on our website or to request information about an offender, please contact the CSNSW Victims Register during business hours (9am-5pm, Monday to Friday).
Phone 02 8688 6833
Post Locked Bag 5111
Parramatta NSW 2124
Other support for victims of crime
Victims Access Line - 1800 633 063
Provides information to victims of crime about their rights and how to access financial assistance and counselling.
Business hours: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
1800 633 063, then choose option for Specialist Victims Support Services
This service maintains the register for victims of forensic patients.
02 8346 1406
The register for victims of young offenders.
1800 191 777
General Enquiries 8833 8400
A support group for the families of homicide victims.
02 9542 4029
Provides counselling and delivers community programs.
02 4926 2711
Support for victims of crime in the Hunter region including counselling and court preparation support and advocacy.
1800 472 676
Provide counselling, group programs and support to male survivors of child sexual assault and their families.
11 May 2023
We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the First Nations Peoples of NSW and pay our respects to Elders past, present, and future.
Informed by lessons of the past, Department of Communities and Justice is improving how we work with Aboriginal people and communities. We listen and learn from the knowledge, strength and resilience of Stolen Generations Survivors, Aboriginal Elders and Aboriginal communities.
You can access our apology to the Stolen Generations.