The department generates and holds a range of information and data. The department is proactively publishing information and data with the aim of promoting openness, accountability and transparency to stimulate innovation, research and commercial activity.
To help make our data available to the community, the following spreadsheets have been published in a machine readable format. Refer to the Victorian Government Data Directory website to search for a particular dataset released by our department. You can also submit a new dataset suggestion
The following data is available on this website:
- People management data
- Environment data
- Statutory compliance data
- Department of Justice annual report data 2011-12 including data on environment, workforce, occupational health and safety, report on outputs and budget portfolio outcomes
- Freedom of information request received from 1994 including freedom of information requests received, highlighting personal and non-personal requests
- Calcutta sweepstakes application approvals from 1997
- Number of customer interactions at service locations 2012-13: Data on the number of people we assisted over the phone or face-to-face over the counter at specific service locations
- Regional Racing Infrastructure Fund Projects: Details of projects approved by the Minister for Racing from 2008 to when the program closed in 2012
- Victorian Racing Industry Fund - Raceday Attraction Program Projects: Details of projects approved by the Minister for Racing
- Victorian Racing Industry Fund - Racing Infrastructure Projects: Details of projects approved by the Minister for Racing
- Koori publication dataset: A list of Koori publications published by the department
Finding a research paper
Refer to publications to search for a particular research paper on our website. For publications published across the department's portfolio of websites, use the search function at the top of the page.
Human research ethics
Any research or evaluation conducted by or for the department or its statutory agencies, or done under its auspice, must satisfy ethical standards as provided by the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research developed jointly by the National Health and Medical Research Council, Australian Research Council and Australian Vice-Chancellors’ Committee.
An application to the Justice Human Research Ethics Committee (JHREC) for ethics approval must be made for all research or evaluation, if it involves more than a low level risk, as defined by the National Statement.
Find out how to make a JHREC application