ABC – PM
Anna MacDonald reported this story on Tuesday, February 28, 2012
MARK COLVIN: The Victorian Premier, Ted Baillieu, once described the protection of vulnerable children as one of the biggest crises facing the state.
Now there’s a long-awaited report on the issue and it calls for sweeping changes to the way the state cares for children most at risk.
It’s also suggested a formal investigation into how religious organisations respond to claims of sexual abuse.
But child welfare agencies are wanting to know where the money will come from for the proposed changes.
Anna MacDonald reports.
ANNA MACDONALD: One of the first moves Ted Baillieu made when he became Premier was order a review into Victoria’s child protection services.
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