Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal

English Not Your Language?

Translating and Interpreting Service

If English is not your first language, Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal staff can speak to you via the assistance of the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS). You can contact the TIS directly on Ph: 131 450. This service is accessible anywhere in Australia for the cost of a local call.

Alternatively, you can contact the Tribunal provide your name, phone number and language to a staff member and they can organise the interpreting service to call you back.

The following steps will be taken to arrange your interpreter:

A staff member will call TIS on your behalf and request an interpreter in your language

TIS will make contact with an interpreter in your language

TIS will ask the interpreter to stay on the phone and TIS will call you

TIS will ensure that the Tribunal staff member is also on the phone.

At this stage, you proceed to speak in your language and the interpreter will then speak to the Tribunal staff member in English.


Legal information in different languages


You can speak to someone in English or ask for an interpreter.


You can also get this service in these languages:

عربي / Arabic – (03) 9269 0127

Hrvatski / Croatian – (03) 9269 0164

Ελληvικά / Greek – (03) 9269 0167

Italiano / Italian – (03) 9269 0202

فار س / Persian – (03) 9269 0123

Polski / Polish – (03) 9269 0228

Српски / Serbian – (03) 9269 0332

Українська Moba / Ukrainian – (03) 9269 0390


For people with a hearing or speech impairment

Contact the National Relay Service and ask to be connected to Victoria Legal Aid

TTY/voice: 133 677 or 1800 555 677 (country callers)

SSR/speak and listen: 1300 555 727 or 1800 555 727 (country callers)


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Last Reviewed 28 Sep 2016